Gouveia announces US$18M five-year investment as Roraima turns 20

- new aircraft, Timehri hotel on the cards

The acquisition of a new aircraft, the erection of a new hotel at Timehri and the installation of an ultra-modern industrial kitchen at the company’s Duke Lodge Hotel are some of the elements of an investment in the “ongoing consolidation” of Roraima Airways Inc, which the company’s Chief Executive Officer, Captain Gerry Gouveia, says will cost approximately US$18 million over the next five years.

“What we have in hand at this time is a five-year plan that looks at the development of most of the key entities in the Roraima Group. We are aiming to develop our company in a direction that is consistent with the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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