Why has it been so difficult for an airline who wishes to...

Joseph Gourgue - May 10 2013, 11:35 AM

Why has it been so difficult for an airline who wishes to provide excellent service can't do so?

Why are some of these airlines have charged so much to travel to Haiti?

Why?

What is it that Haiti has done and yet our people continue to suffer!!!!! I don't see this problem happening anywhere else in the Caribbean.

Why Haiti for Pete sake?

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