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St. Lucia Star Online > Air Jamaica has no plans for merger

St. Lucia Star Online > News Home > Local News: "Air Jamaica, the region’s single largest carrier, has said it was not prepared to participate in any single regional airline. “Merger is not the panacea people like to think it is and the next time somebody throws the merger word out, you should ask them for a copy of the plan as to how it all will come together,” Air Jamaica’s president and chief executive officer, Michael Conway said."

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