Suriname registered airline, Fly Allways is set to begin its new schedule service between Guyana and Canada next Tuesday.
The airline will operate twice weekly flights, flying from Guyana on Mondays and Wednesdays. The flights from Canada to Guyana will be on Sundays and Tuesdays.
In a statement, the airline said the flights will be direct flights with a 45- minute fuel stop in Punta Cana.
According to the carrier, it is currently positioned to provide an unmatched journey that exceeds expectations.
The airline added the route to its schedule after noticing a demand for flights between Georgetown and Toronto.
Caribbean Airlines is currently the only airline that serves the Georgetown-Toronto route.
The new Fly Allways service will be operated on an Airbus A320 aircraft with a seating capacity of 180. The airline has announced that bookings can be made via its website www.flyallways.com or locally at its office at the Tower Hotel on Main Street.