Dynamic Airways which was forced to suspend its service to Guyana earlier this year following some start up problems has announced that the US Department of Transportation has granted approval for the airline to operate to a variety of destinations in South America.
The Chief Operations Officer at Dynamic Airways Bill Gray, said, ”The airline is planning to resume regular flights between New York and Georgetown Guyana late next month, as well as inaugurate service between Orlando and destinations in Brazil, Canada, and US.
“Our flights to Georgetown this summer revealed a tremendous need for reliable, quality air service. Since that time, Dynamic has undergone a substantial internal reorganization with new management and a new focus on its product and service. Starting late November, Guyana will now enjoy the comfort and quality air service that this Caribbean Nation deserves.”
According to a statement from the company, preparations for the start of service between Orlando and the destinations in Brazil, Canada and US are in their final stages.
The release added that news of the cities and start dates will be released within the upcoming days. “Our partnership with GDS systems, local airports, and government authorities, as well as partnership with the most influential travel partners in these markets, is synonymous with success”, the statement said.
“Plans are well underway and the entire staff of Pilots, Flight Attendants, Corporate personnel, Managers, and Executives are proud to be part of this new initiative. We are going forward full speed with our new mantra ‘Tremendous People, Tremendous Service,’” Bill Gray pointed out.
For the Guyana operations, Captain Gerry Gouveia of Roraima Airways is expected to play a greater role in the operations of the airline between Guyana and New York. He has been added to the airline’s team along with his wife to overlook the Guyana return.
Source: News Source Guyana