Dynamic Airways launches

The formal launch of Dynamic Airways was welcomed by President Donald Ramotar, who last night described the move as another sign of the strong confidence in the local economy.

Delivering the feature address to mark the occasion at Duke Lodge, Kingston the President said that the airline will also help to lower fares as it offers more competition, GINA reported.

President Donald Ramotar (third from right), Public Works Minister Robeson Benn (fourth from right) and spouse (fifth from right), Minister of Tourism (ag) Irfaan Ali (right) and Dynamic Airways Vice President Tom Johnson (second from right) at the launch of the airline. At rostrum is Gerry Gouveia. (GINA photo)
President Donald Ramotar (third from right), Public Works Minister Robeson Benn (fourth from right) and spouse (fifth from right), Minister of Tourism (ag) Irfaan Ali (right) and Dynamic Airways Vice President Tom Johnson (second from right) at the launch of the airline. At rostrum is Gerry Gouveia. (GINA photo)

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