Aviators take swipe at government over neglect of sector’s needs

- nothing in the budget for infrastructure improvement

The Aircraft Owners Association of Guyana (AOAG) this week took an uncharacteristic swipe at the Government of Guyana for what it says is the “minimal recognition in this year’s budget” of “recommendations urged by the aviation industry” for the sector.

Simultaneously, the AOAG took a dig at the parliamentary opposition accusing it of cutting “the entire aviation budget, including the Cheddi Jagan International Airport expansion programme which is fully supported by both the aviation and tourism industries.”

The release said that as a result of government’s ignoring of key proposals for improving the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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