May 20, 2013 News Comments Off on CAL to put on another flight from May 27
With effect from May 27, for a period of one month, Caribbean Airlines will fly an additional flight, that is expected to bring 900 seats more, Minister of Tourism, Industry and Commerce Irfaan Ali told the media on Friday.
Additionally, as the Ministry continues to look at having more airlines ply the Guyana route, from June 27 to the end of September, there will be daily flights in addition to what exists.
“You will have daily flights to the US…in addition to that, once the traffic remains high, the daily flights will continue past September into the Christmas season,” Minister Ali stated. Travel Agents and Minister Ali have been marketing Guyana as a viable tourism destination through its arm, the Guyana Tourism Authority (GTA), and it is expected that tourist arrivals will increase.
“Government is indeed putting a lot of emphasis on tourism now….we have also seen a tremendous increase in traffic to our website,” added the Minister.
CEO of the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA) Ramesh Ghir highlighted that with CAL, there will be two weekly flights to Toronto and steps are also being taken towards contracting routes in every continent. (GINA)
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