The Guyana Civil Aviation Authority has announced that Suriname flag carrier, Fly Allways airline, has applied to begin schedule operations to Guyana.
According to the notice in the local newspapers, the company which is headquartered in neighbouring Suriname, is seeking a two-year license beginning from 1st February, 2016.
The notice states that the airline intends to offer flights to Guyana from Suriname and to Barbados and Boa Vista, Brazil from Guyana.
The flights between Paramaribo and Georgetown and Georgetown and Bridgetown will take place on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays while flights between Paramaribo and Georgetown and Georgetown and Boa Vista are scheduled for Tuesdays and Saturdays.
The Guyana Civil Aviation Authority is inviting members of the public who may wish to make representation on behalf of the airline or offer objections to do so by going into the GCAA’s head office on High Street.
“Those making representations and/or objections shall state specific grounds on which they are made and shall specify any desired conditions to be attached to the license if granted”, the statement notice said.
A copy of the application by the airline (except the financials) is also available for inspection at the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority.
Currently, Suriname Airways offer twice weekly flights between Guyana and Suriname from the Cheddi Jagan Airport while Trans Guyana Airways offers twice daily flights from the Ogle Airport between Guyana and Suriname.
LIAT also offers daily flights from Ogle to Barbados.