Guyana/Cuba bilateral relations on the move

FlyJamaica/Air Guyana Representative resident in Havana Lindbergh Smith (left) and Guyana’s Ambassador to Cuba Halim Majeed (right) receiving the approval from a Manager of the Cuban Civil Aviation Authority on Monday, July 24, 2017

Following on the heels of the conclusion of a major rice export contract with Cuba (see report in this issue of Stabroek Business) this newspaper has learnt of several other bilateral business agreements between Guyana and Cuba are currently in various stages of completion.

Earlier this week, Stabroek Business learnt that Havana’s Instituto de Aeronautica Civil de Cuba had given formal approval for FlyJamaica/Air Guyana Airline to operate a non-scheduled passenger commercial and transport service between Guyana and Cuba.

FlyJamaica/Air Guyana Representative resident in Havana Lindbergh Smith (left) and Guyana’s Ambassador to Cuba Halim Majeed (right) receiving the approval from a Manager of the Cuban Civil Aviation Authority on Monday, July 24, 2017

The document outlining the details of the approval was handed over to the airline’s representative Lindbergh Smith on Monday, July 24 in Havana in the presence of Guyana’s high Commissioner to Cuba Halim Majeed…..

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