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Philosophical Blunders, Leadership miscalculations, Caricom Aviation, Regulatory Frustrations
The worsening state of affairs in the Caribbean Community (Caricom) aviation industry is undeserved. Philosophical blunders perpetuate the foremost regional state air carriers. The Regulatory Authorities lack the leadership zest to drive change. There is urgent need to revisit the 1996 Multilateral Air Service Agreement (MASA) and re-engage Caricom Governments, State Air Carriers, and Regulatory Aviation Authorities to relight the region’s aviation industry vision. Leaders must focus their collective effort towards a viable and dependable air transport industry infrastructure. The leadership miscalculations are causing weighty financial losses while adding to the air network deterioration.