Dynamic Airways has temporarily suspended JFK-GEO service until August 8, 2014, according to Captain Gerry Gouveia, Managing Director of Roraima Airways, the local partner of Dynamic Airways.
Dynamic Airways inaugural flight DYA499 scheduled for a today 9:00 am departure out of New York, JFK to Georgetown, Guyana was still on the ground as of 11:21 am when they contacted Ground Control to ask if their flight plan was in jeopardy of expiring.
Dynamic Airways is the latest airline in a long list who have attempted to play a role in transporting aviation traffic between Guyana and the North America. Dynamic Airways based in Greensboro, North Carolina, USA, has teamed up with Roraima Airways and plans to begin service between Guyana and New York on June 26, 2014.
Excellent international connections to Amsterdam, New York and Toronto
Oranjestad, Aruba - Earlier this month InselAir announced that it will start operating 2 flights per week from Georgetown to Aruba. Via the Aruba hub, passengers will have easy access to Curacao from which many other InselAir destinations are available.
Government of Canada February 10, 2014 08:31 ET
Guyana - Exercise a high degree of caution
There is no nationwide advisory in effect for Guyana. However, you should exercise a high degree of caution due to high crime rates.
Government of the United Kingdom, February 10, 2014 - Latest update: Summary - reports of threats relating to Caribbean Airlines flights
At least two flights scheduled to arrive in Guyana on Thursday night had trouble arriving because of bad weather
Fly Jamaica FJM 151 from Norman Manley Airport, Jamaica to Cheddie Jagan International Airport (CJIA) was diverted to Trinidad, and Caribbean Airways BW 483 from Port of Spain, Trinidad, after two attempts to land at CJIA returned to Trinidad.
Although I'm not Catholic, I am very pleased to hear that the Vatican has elected a pope from South America. It's long overdue. The continent provides 40% of the world's Catholics, and no one institution has had such an influence over this continent. At one stage (1609-1768), it even presided over a utopian state, here in Paraguay (pictured) managed by the Jesuits.
This is Kapadokya or Cappadocia (in Turkey), where for thousands of years, whole cities have been built undergound. All this burrowing needs some explaining.
Like so much that is beautiful, it began with extraordinary violence. At first, the brutality was geological. About seventy million years ago, Mt Erciyes exploded, along with two other volcanoes. They smothered the land first in shortbread (properly known as ‘tuff’) and then a wafer-thin coating of basalt.
For years, it was hard to get to Costa Rica's easterly province, Talamanca. Along its long, sandy, coconutted shore, there are few villages. Before the road came, the only people who’d lived here were BríBri Indians and a few turtle-hunters, who’d wandered over from Jamaica many generations ago. Caught between the jungle and riptides, most people had settled down to a life of ease.