Dynamic Airways celebrates first anniversary in the Guyana market

Dynamic Airways on June 27th celebrated its first anniversary since entering Guyana market. After an initial bumpy start, the airline has been able to accomplish its goal in establishing itself as a Guyanese carrier. The airline has proven to be a sustainable carrier between United States and Guyana.
Since inauguration, Dynamic Airways has been able to expand its non-stop service between New York, NY and Georgetown, Guyana. The service started with twice weekly flights, but will expanded to five times per week this coming high season while still keeping its pricing low and affordable.
“Our goal in the first year of service was to establish ourselves as the preferred carrier of Guyanese. We achieved this by maintaining the highest safety records, delivering the most desirable schedule, and reached highest on time performance standards as well as exemplary customer service. Our goal for the immediate future is to build upon that momentum and expand our non-stop JFK to GEO service by operating daily frequency. Most importantly continue raising the bar in our safety, reliability, and customer service standards,” said Bill Grey CSO of the company.
“We believe that our coming daily service from Georgetown to New York combined with non-stop service from Georgetown to Toronto, which we intend to start in October of this year, will allow us to provide Guyanese with safe, reliable and affordable service into two of their favorite international destinations. As you probably already know we have directly and indirectly created over 150 new jobs in Guyana with our service to New York by hiring Guyanese based Flight Attendants, local ground handlers, catering providers and we expect a similar positive impact with the launch of our new service to Toronto. Dynamic has proven its intent and dedication to stay, improve and grow international travel to and from Guyana. Expect some amazing surprises for loyal passengers and exciting announcements from Dynamic in coming days.”