Caribbean charter carrier HelenAir Caribbean Airways will enter scheduled service July 1, the company announced, operating flights from St. Lucia to Grenada, Barbados, Trinidad, Dominica and St. Vincent. By the end of this year, the carrier hopes to be serving St. Maarten, Guyana and Antigua as well. The company, chaired by former BWIA executive Edward Wegel, has contracted with Raytheon Aircraft Credit for operating leases on five Beech 1900C aircraft. The first two aircraft will be ...

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