By Kurt Campbell
[www.inewsguyana.com] – Dynamic Airways has managed to return some 150 Guyanese passengers home, late Sunday night (June 29), although it remains grounded at the JFK International Airport.
The Airline, which commenced New York – Georgetown flights last week, announced on Sunday that it had organized alternative transportation for Guyana bound passengers in America who were feared stranded until Tuesday.
Dynamic Airways is currently being prevented from flying “due to temporary technical issues which the airline has experienced in operating from the JFK International Airport.”
The Airline has promised that a US$200 vouchers for future travel on Dynamic Airways will be given to all the passengers as compensation for the inconvenience caused.
Chief Executive Officer of Guyana’s very own, Roriama Airways Captain Gerald Gouveia has assured that “Dynamic Airways is here to stay.”
“We will work every day and every night to overcome the startup kinks. We will work harder and harder every day to improve our service, improve our operations and most importantly our attitude,” he said in a Facebook post.
He said it was important to understand that the operation is being operated by the owners of both Dynamic Airways and Roraima Airways. “We are not in this to make a quick dollar. Roraima Group of Companies has been serving Guyana for 22 years, we have developed a conglomerate of Travel, Aviation and Tourism services here in Guyana and we intent to unleash every bit our resources in support of this operations to make it a success and more importantly to offer to our Guyanese brothers and sisters the most affordable mean to come home.”
He promised to personally ensure that all passengers are gifted with discounted tours to Kaieteur Falls and the Arrowpoint Nature Resort among others compensation.
Gouviea had told iNews Friday last that the Airline has suffered this fate after its ground handling agency mixed up the luggage of several passengers.
He said the Airline has fired the unnamed ground handling agency and is working to hire a new company. Operations should return to normalcy by Tuesday, July 1.