Suriname Airways eyes Georgetown-NY flights by June 2013

– manager points to ‘reasonable’ Miami market share
Suriname Airways could enter the Georgetown –New York market as early as the first half of 2013, once the company completes its planned January acquisition of an additional 737 aircraft to the two currently serving Guyana and the rest of the Caribbean, Guyana Station Manager Rudi Westerborg said.

In an interview with Stabroek Business on Wednesday, Westerborg said that having commenced its service between Georgetown and Miami in April this year the company was “particularly pleased” with what it had accomplished.  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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