Dynamic Airways to suspend Guyana operations

Dynamic Airways to suspend Guyana operations

Travel agents have reported that late last week they noticed that all of the Dynamic Airways flights for the remainder of the year were cancelled out. 

Dynamic Airways to suspend Guyana operations

Faced with a bankruptcy move and lawsuits that could see it being forced to sell off some of its assets to meet debts, Dynamic Airways is preparing to suspend its operations to Guyana and pull out of the market completely.

The move could come as early as next week and could put a dent in the local travel market.

Already, some travel agencies have stopped selling tickets for the airline, while others have indicated that they are yet to be officially informed of the move, but have stopped selling tickets as a precaution.

Local representative for Dynamic Airways, Captain Gerry Gouveia, told News Source on Monday that the operations are likely to be suspended within days,  but he intends to meet with officials of the U.S based company to get a clearer understanding of its longterm plans.

Travel agents have reported that late last week they noticed that all of the Dynamic Airways flights for the remainder of the year were cancelled out.

The airline has not informed agents as yet as to how it intends to transfer those passengers who would have already booked and paid for their flights, to other airlines.

Back in July,  Dynamic announced that it had filed a voluntary Chapter 11 petition with the United States Bankruptcy Court.

At the time, the airline said it planned to continue “normal operations”.

According to a statement from the airline, its decision to file bankruptcy followed litigation matters resulting from Hajj flights that it operated in 2014 for Air India.

But just a month after that bankruptcy move, one of the airline’s top unsecured creditor moved to the US Courts to force the airline into liquidating its assets.

 

The creditor, PMC Aviation LLC of Greensboro, North Carolina, is owed US$1.19 million, which represents an arbitration judgment reached in April 2017.

This will not be the first time that Dynamic Airways will be suspending its Guyana operations. After a shaky start in 2014, the airline suspended its operations for four months.

It returned and started to offer as many as five flights per week and that frequency climbed in the peak seasons. This latest suspension move comes at a time when the airline is operating five weekly flights and is enjoying a 90% load rate.

Captain Gerry Gouveia believes that the suspension could have a major impact on travel to Guyana during the upcoming Christmas peak season.

The other airlines which offer services to the United States from Guyana are Caribbean Airlines, Fly Jamaica, Suriname Airways and Copa Airlines.

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Django posted:
Nehru posted:

God be with Guyana under a Dictatorship of INCOMPETENT, DUMB people.

Delta Airlines pulling out of Guyana

 

Boys with brains was ruling when this occurred..

You gat time fuh waste. The entire article is fraught with references to a shaky start and other factors indicating they had problems from the very beginning.

Nehru posted:

God be with Guyana under a Dictatorship of INCOMPETENT, DUMB people.

This was another fly by night that the PPP brought to Guyana.

Good riddance . They caused the travelers to Guyana too much pain.

The Govt of Guyana should have closed them down a while ago but I am guessing that they saw the writing on the wall and allowed them to dies a slow death.

ksazma posted:

Or an opportunity for another predator to emerge.

Some one here promoted Eastern Airlines which disappeared quietly. I await to see what new ideas he brings up.

At the end of the day BWIA/Caribbean Airlines has been cussed out and reviled by many Guyanese but once again will come to the rescue.  I remember in the 80s when all the big carriers deserted Guyana because they couldn't get foreign exchange out it was the faithful BWee that continued to fly to Guyana.

Bibi Haniffa posted:

There will always be Guyanese owned Fly Jamaica, official airline of the PNC.  If not, you can tek a boat and sail to the homeland.  I don't know how these people with brains will get back to Guyana.

Let's ask the Princess. 

ksazma posted:

I wish we still had Guyana Airways. No hiccups back then.

Bhai,I came to US on Guyana Airways,we stop over at Curacao,can recall lots of empty seats,my younger son was 7 yrs enjoyed him self changing seats.

National carrier should be looked in to,make sure no square peg manage the operations.

ksazma posted:

I wish we still had Guyana Airways. No hiccups back then.

Your memory seems very different from my recollection.  GAC was a one plane carrier with frequent cancelations.  People had to listen to the radio to find out whether their flight was canceled.  Yes another PPP failure.

Django posted:
ksazma posted:

I wish we still had Guyana Airways. No hiccups back then.

Bhai,I came to US on Guyana Airways,we stop over at Curacao,can recall lots of empty seats,my younger son was 7 yrs enjoyed him self changing seats.

National carrier should be looked in to,make sure no square peg manage the operations.

We came with Guy-America Airways. Was in service from 1981 to 1984.

GTAngler posted:
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We came with Guy-America Airways. Was in service from 1981 to 1984.

the first of many fly by nights that collapsed stranding hundreds.

The new runway should be completed soon and at that point Guyana should solicit JetBlue to fly from JFK.

I don't know why Guyanese insist that we should have a national airline.  If the DR and Jamaica don't have one then why should Guyana?  One plane airlines don't work. 

Let Fly Jamaica be the national carrier if you insist, but Guyana will have to get Cat 1 FAA status before they can fly unlimited nonstop flights to NYC.  Surinam Airways is also interested in flying to NYC from GEO.

caribny posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:

There will always be Guyanese owned Fly Jamaica, official airline of the PNC.  If not, .

Interesting that they have survived.  The PPP airlines all failed.

The PPP never owned or operated any airlines. You must have them stuck in your craw. 

Drugb posted:
caribny posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:

There will always be Guyanese owned Fly Jamaica, official airline of the PNC.  If not, .

Interesting that they have survived.  The PPP airlines all failed.

The PPP never owned or operated any airlines. You must have them stuck in your craw. 

GAC was government owned and it collapsed under the PPP. 

FlyJamaica is a Jamaica based airline as the name indicates so is nothing to do with the PNC.

caribny posted:
Drugb posted:
caribny posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:

There will always be Guyanese owned Fly Jamaica, official airline of the PNC.  If not, .

Interesting that they have survived.  The PPP airlines all failed.

The PPP never owned or operated any airlines. You must have them stuck in your craw. 

GAC was government owned and it collapsed under the PPP. 

FlyJamaica is a Jamaica based airline as the name indicates so is nothing to do with the PNC.

Drugb,

is clueless,

caribny posted:
Drugb posted:
caribny posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:

There will always be Guyanese owned Fly Jamaica, official airline of the PNC.  If not, .

Interesting that they have survived.  The PPP airlines all failed.

The PPP never owned or operated any airlines. You must have them stuck in your craw. 

GAC was government owned and it collapsed under the PPP. 

FlyJamaica is a Jamaica based airline as the name indicates so is nothing to do with the PNC.

Nonsense, the PPP never owned any airline. It was owned by the people of Guyana, inherited as a failure from the PNC and divested by the PPP in an effort to free govt from the shackles of an unprofitable airline.  Now run along and confer with slop can boy to get better talking points. 

During the 1980’s, Guyana Airways Corporation’s Domestic operations decreased for some reasons such as the unrealistically low fares that was required and the lack of access to foreign exchange for imported aircraft parts and other requirements.  Due to this, the private sector started to fill the gap and by 1991 the three major domestic charter operators emerged. While this was happening, the Guyana Airways Corporation’s domestic service continued to decline, which by 1993, only owned the Twin Otter DHC-6 to service the entire country. With the new management system it was revived and returned to its original domestic role with new schedule routes and the addition of two new aircraft Shorts Skyvan SC7 and a second Twin Otter DHC-6

caribny posted:
Drugb posted:
caribny posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:

There will always be Guyanese owned Fly Jamaica, official airline of the PNC.  If not, .

Interesting that they have survived.  The PPP airlines all failed.

The PPP never owned or operated any airlines. You must have them stuck in your craw. 

GAC was government owned and it collapsed under the PPP. 

FlyJamaica is a Jamaica based airline as the name indicates so is nothing to do with the PNC.

Fly Jamaica is a Guyanese operated airline.

Django posted:
caribny posted:
Drugb posted:
caribny posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:

There will always be Guyanese owned Fly Jamaica, official airline of the PNC.  If not, .

Interesting that they have survived.  The PPP airlines all failed.

The PPP never owned or operated any airlines. You must have them stuck in your craw. 

GAC was government owned and it collapsed under the PPP. 

FlyJamaica is a Jamaica based airline as the name indicates so is nothing to do with the PNC.

Drugb,

is clueless,

And you are shameless to say that.  Because he knows exactly what he is talking about.  Cutting and pasting doesn't qualify you as knowledgeable.

Drugb posted:
caribny posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:

There will always be Guyanese owned Fly Jamaica, official airline of the PNC.  If not, .

Interesting that they have survived.  The PPP airlines all failed.

The PPP never owned or operated any airlines. You must have them stuck in your craw. 

These people have figured out that if you keep repeating the same lie then people will believe.  Hey, they "won" an election by telling lies.

caribny posted:
ksazma posted:

I wish we still had Guyana Airways. No hiccups back then.

Your memory seems very different from my recollection.  GAC was a one plane carrier with frequent cancelations.  People had to listen to the radio to find out whether their flight was canceled.  Yes another PPP failure.

I used it in 87, 88, 89 & 92 and enjoyed every flight. The trouble only came when we had to go through immigration and customs but GAC wasn't responsible for that. I didn't like BWIA because it stopped all over the place before it got to Timehri. GAC was non-stop which made it more attractive to me. I haven't been back to Guyana since 1998 so I can't comment on CA.

Bibi Haniffa posted:
Django posted:
caribny posted:
Drugb posted:
caribny posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:

There will always be Guyanese owned Fly Jamaica, official airline of the PNC.  If not, .

Interesting that they have survived.  The PPP airlines all failed.

The PPP never owned or operated any airlines. You must have them stuck in your craw. 

GAC was government owned and it collapsed under the PPP. 

FlyJamaica is a Jamaica based airline as the name indicates so is nothing to do with the PNC.

Drugb,

is clueless,

And you are shameless to say that.  Because he knows exactly what he is talking about.  Cutting and pasting doesn't qualify you as knowledgeable.

Talking about that,

you are way yonder.

Drugb posted:
caribny posted:
Drugb posted:
caribny posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:

There will always be Guyanese owned Fly Jamaica, official airline of the PNC.  If not, .

Interesting that they have survived.  The PPP airlines all failed.

The PPP never owned or operated any airlines. You must have them stuck in your craw. 

GAC was government owned and it collapsed under the PPP. 

FlyJamaica is a Jamaica based airline as the name indicates so is nothing to do with the PNC.

Nonsense, the PPP never owned any airline. It was owned by the people of Guyana, inherited as a failure from the PNC and divested by the PPP in an effort to free govt from the shackles of an unprofitable airline.  Now run along and confer with slop can boy to get better talking points. 

GAC was the most successful government corporation and yes the PPP inherited it AND THEY RUN IT TO THE GROUND. IT WAS UNDER THE PPP THAT GAC WENT OUT OF BUSINESS

 

Pointblank posted:
Drugb posted:
caribny posted:
Drugb posted:
caribny posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:

There will always be Guyanese owned Fly Jamaica, official airline of the PNC.  If not, .

Interesting that they have survived.  The PPP airlines all failed.

The PPP never owned or operated any airlines. You must have them stuck in your craw. 

GAC was government owned and it collapsed under the PPP. 

FlyJamaica is a Jamaica based airline as the name indicates so is nothing to do with the PNC.

Nonsense, the PPP never owned any airline. It was owned by the people of Guyana, inherited as a failure from the PNC and divested by the PPP in an effort to free govt from the shackles of an unprofitable airline.  Now run along and confer with slop can boy to get better talking points. 

GAC was the most successful government corporation and yes the PPP inherited it AND THEY RUN IT TO THE GROUND. IT WAS UNDER THE PPP THAT GAC WENT OUT OF BUSINESS

 

Guyana Airways. In May 1966, Guyana became an independent nation. The airline leased all of its aircraft, which resulted in many different aircraft types being flown during the airline's existence. The airline was headquartered in Georgetown, Guyana. After the airline went bankrupt in 2001, its successor, Guyana Air 2000 maintained a short-lived operation until 2003 when it also filed for insolvency.


 

That fella noodle is messed up.

Pointblank posted:
GAC was the most successful government corporation and yes the PPP inherited it AND THEY RUN IT TO THE GROUND. IT WAS UNDER THE PPP THAT GAC WENT OUT OF BUSINESS
 

 

Lies, it was almost defunct by the time the PPP inherited it. You pnc soupies will rewrite history as it suits your needs. 

Drugb posted:
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Nonsense, the PPP never owned any airline. It was owned by the people of Guyana, inherited as a failure from the PNC and divested by the PPP in an effort to free govt from the shackles of an unprofitable airline.  .

And the PPP could have turned around GAC especially as travel into Guyana had begun to increase due to the Hoyte reforms and GAC was the only carrier then with nonstop flights from JFK and Toronto.

The PPP didn't divest it. THEY SHUT IT DOWN.  GAC owed so much money that they didn't pay for the lease and the plane was repossessed plus the owed landing fees all over the place.

In fact GAC was such a tragedy under the PPP that Curacao barred it from flying there for safety considerations.  This because the planes were always breaking down.  When GAC collapsed there were many stranded Guyanese, who never received a refund of their fares or compensation for having to buy new tickets on BWIA.

Now I find it interesting that you and the rest of your cohort called Fly Jamaica the "PNC airline" when they don't own it. And you referred to one of the recent Guyanese owned fly by nights as an AFC airline.

Your double standards can fool you and the rest of your Indo KKK cohorts, but there are actually intelligent people on GNI. so it doesn't work.

Drugb posted:
Pointblank posted:
GAC was the most successful government corporation and yes the PPP inherited it AND THEY RUN IT TO THE GROUND. IT WAS UNDER THE PPP THAT GAC WENT OUT OF BUSINESS
 

 

Lies, it was almost defunct by the time the PPP inherited it. You pnc soupies will rewrite history as it suits your needs. 

The PPP assumed office in 1992. GAC collapsed in 1999.  YOU in fact are the liar. The PPP had several years to fix whatever problem they inherited but the PPP used to fly those planes as if there were their private jets. Didn't maintain them properly so they were breaking down. People abandoned GAC using BWee, even though it meant going through Trinidad.

GAC ran out of cash!  Take your lies to your Indo KKK encampment.

caribny posted
 

And the PPP could have turned around GAC especially as travel into Guyana had begun to increase due to the Hoyte reforms and GAC was the only carrier then with nonstop flights from JFK and Toronto.

The PPP didn't divest it. THEY SHUT IT DOWN.  GAC owed so much money that they didn't pay for the lease and the plane was repossessed plus the owed landing fees all over the place.

In fact GAC was such a tragedy under the PPP that Curacao barred it from flying there for safety considerations.  This because the planes were always breaking down.  When GAC collapsed there were many stranded Guyanese, who never received a refund of their fares or compensation for having to buy new tickets on BWIA.

Now I find it interesting that you and the rest of your cohort called Fly Jamaica the "PNC airline" when they don't own it. And you referred to one of the recent Guyanese owned fly by nights as an AFC airline.

Your double standards can fool you and the rest of your Indo KKK cohorts, but there are actually intelligent people on GNI. so it doesn't work.

It is a good thing you don't post everyday bai. You would be very tired with all the stuff you make up. It must be only in your mind that when GAC went bankrupt nearly a decade after Hoyte was no longer President, travel was still picking up because of the Hoyte reforms. If Hoyte's reforms were so instrumental to Guyanese lives, why didn't he win the elections held in 1997 and 2001? Why did he have to resort to his slo fiah, mo fiah mantra after being a sore loser?

So what else in your comment above is also made up?

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