Demerara Waves: On the issue of drug trafficking through the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA), the Fly Jamaica executive called for a more robust system and better paid persons to avoid being lured by quick cash. “We would obviously like to see a secure system that is more efficient and more reliable and, off course, it is all based on the salaries you pay people and the level of people that you employ and it’s unfortunate that in Guyana we have so many issues with drug smuggling,” she said.
Reece assured that Fly Jamaica would be making efforts to ensure that drugs are not placed on its flights, though admittedly “it’s going to be a very difficult job to keep on top of.”
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