A five-hour flight aboard a JetBlue aircraft from John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York to Piarco Airport in Trinidad on a one-way ticket, including baggage fees and taxes cost US$214.70. A fifty-five minute flight on a one-way ticket, travelling from Piarco in Trinidad to Cheddi Jagan International Airport in Guyana aboard Caribbean Airlines, cost US $171.93. Go figure.
Back in 2001, some intelligent people who were stewards of this country disbanded our national airline, leaving us the travelling public to the whims and fancies of others; read that as “exploitation” by which ever name is written on the aircraft doing business in Guyana.
Isn’t it about time that we have our own airline?
Sep 21, 2019The inaugural Archery Guyana’s Seven Seas Indoor Championships 2019 was held on Sunday September 15that the National Gymnasium. Sponsored by Seven Seas, the competition shot off at approximately...
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