New charter EZjet cleared for G’town-NY flights

Newly-accredited EZjet Air Services is set to operate Boeing 767 flights between Georgetown and New York from December 15.

The airline, which is being operated by Guyanese based in the United States, received its approval to operate charter flights between the two destinations from the Guyana government on Thursday, EZjet Director Sonny Ramdeo announced in a release. Ramdeo stated that EZjet has also received approval from the United States Department of Transportation to fly between the two locations.

The flights will be operated by US-based Dynamic Airways, a subsidiary of Dynamic Aviation, which has been providing air services around the world over the past 75 years, Ramdeo noted.

The airline, he added, will operate flights six days a week, departing the JFK airport in New York at 10:45pm and arriving at Georgetown at 5:15am; and departing Georgetown at 6:30am and arriving at JFK at 10:30am. Special fares will be available for travellers for Christmas and the New Year’s holiday.
Passengers can book seats online at www.ezjetgt.com or at the authorized agents for EZjet in Guyana, Universal Travel and Tours and Muneshwer’s Travel Service.

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