[www.inewsguyana.com] – Venezuela’s CONVIASA Airline will be operating a non-commercial inaugural flight into the Cheddi Jagan International Airport on Saturday (November 23) to mark the beginning of their once weekly commercial flight – plying the Puerto Ordaz/ Georgetown route.
This enterprise comes on the heels of the Fifth Meeting of the Guyana-Venezuela High Level Bilateral Commission which was held in Guyana on August 30. During the Meeting the Venezuelan Government agreed that the CONVIASA Airline will commence two weekly flights by mid-November with a connection between Puerto Ordaz and Caracas.
This one-off flight is scheduled to depart from the Manuel Carlos Piar Airport, Puerto Ordaz at 10:00hrs and will be transporting Venezuelan Government Officials and staff of CONVIASA, Venezuelan Civil Aviation Authority Officers, Members of the Venezuelan Media and other specials guests.
A welcome ceremony is being organized and Minister of Transport Hon. Robeson Benn; CEO of CJIA Ramesh Ghir and officials from the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority and Guyana Tourism Authority will be on hand to receive their Venezuelan Counterparts.