Regional carrier, Caribbean Airlines has announced that from the 1st November, it will restart its flights between Georgetown, Guyana and Toronto Canada.
In a statement, the airline said it will be operating two flights per week between the two destinations. The flights which will be operated on Mondays and Fridays will connect through Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago.
The airline announced that tickets for the route are currently on sale directly on its website or through travel agents.
Caribbean Airlines has not operated flights between Guyana and Canada since March when the airports in Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago closed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Guyana recently reopened its airports for full operations two weeks ago. Just yesterday, Caribbean Airlines also announced that it will be operating three flights per week between the Eugene F. Correia Airport at Ogle and Barbados’ Grantley Adams Airport.
The airline is reminding passengers that Guyana has strict COVID-19 regulations for all incoming passengers.
Persons will have to present a negative PCR Coronavirus test that was received at least 72 hours before their travel.
Negative Test results that were received between 5 to 7 days before travel will be accepted but those passengers will have to undergo a second COVID-19 test on arrival at the Cheddi Jagan Airport at their own cost.