The newest of the four Q300s will begin service pending certification from the Eastern Caribbean Civil Aviation Authority (ECCAA), said Skip Barnette, president/ CEO of Caribbean Star Airlines, as well as its sister carrier, Caribbean Sun Airlines.
What does ECCAA stand for?
ECCAA stands for Eastern Caribbean Civil Aviation Authority
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Another factor in the decision to shutdown Caribbean Sun is the recent re-certification of its sister carrier, Caribbean Star Airlines, under new Civil Aviation Regulations passed in Antigua and Barbuda by the Eastern Caribbean Civil Aviation Authority (ECCAA).
The move comes as the carrier re-focuses and expands its efforts toward achieving Category One status under the Eastern Caribbean Civil Aviation Authority (ECCAA).