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Please join us at the GAC 2012 Reunion for an elegant evening dinner & dancing at RUSSO'S ON THE BAY
Cocktails & Hors d'oeurves served until 10pm
Dinner at 10:30pm
Full Bar 9pm to 2am
DJ & Dancing until 2am
Tickets are now on sale at http://www.gac.eventbrite.com/
• All drinks are included in the price.
• Valet parking is included
• Just show up to party
P.S. There will be NO TICKET SALES at the door. Any questions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org - Organizing Committee
Some History of GAC
The development of air transport in Guyana owes much to Arthur "Art" James Williams, a pilot and mechanic from the United States. He arrived in British Guiana in August 1934, and returned to the United States in October 1955. Over this period, except for the war years, during which he served with the United States Air Force, he developed British Guiana Airways Ltd. (registered 27 May, 1938) and operating regular internal services since 1939.
On 15 July 1955, the Government purchased British Guiana Airways. However, external services continued to be supplied almost exclusively by foreign airlines until Guyana Airways Corporation commenced regional air services in 1979. Subsequently, restrictions on the repatriation of profits in foreign exchange and other circumstances contributed to the withdrawal of services to Guyana by foreign airlines, with the exception of BWIA. Guyana Airways Corporation was therefore obliged to fill the breach by commencing jet operations to Miami, New York and Toronto.