Lovebird tail a tale of failure

Published: Friday | January 11, 2013 Comments 0

THE EDITOR, Sir:

I definitely do not see the significance of the defunct airline's tail anywhere near the Norman Manley, or even the Donald Sangster, International Airport. Its presence depicts sad memories of the excruciating sacrificial past, which yielded futile results, a recurring decimal of failure, and financial haemorrhage.

Summarily, seeing the Lovebird's tail at the airport's roundabout connotes total failure, to the extent where the airline crash-landed underground.

Therefore, I am supporting the immediate removal of that monument of failure from such a conspicuous location of our beautiful landscape, and maybe placing it in its appropriate museum, where it will more acceptable and appreciated.

DELROY STEPHENSON

Delroy_Stephenson@sagicor.com

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