[www.inewsguyana.com] – Court documents filed on Thursday, August 13 in New York indicate that Dynamic Airways has been forced into Chapter 7 bankruptcy proceedings, but local representative of the airline, Captain Gerry Gouveia in a statement to the media on Friday night (August 14) revealed that the airline has not filed for bankruptcy.
He noted that three hotels in the United States filed bankruptcy proceedings and have cited Dynamic International Airways for the non-payments of hotel service bills.
“Dynamic’s entrance into the Guyanese market continues to be a rewarding one, giving Guyanese non-stop flights from Georgetown to New York at an affordable cost. We recognize its period of service like any other airline came with challenges; however those challenges were met with the determination to deliver superior service to the Guyanese people,” Gouveia noted in his statement.
He said that the proceedings will not affect service in Guyana.
“We reiterate that Dynamic International Airways service to the Guyanese Market is here to stay and the Hotels in question bankruptcy proceedings will not hinder Dynamic’s service here in Guyana.
According to Gouveia, after extensive financial and operational fitness review process, DOT has issued Show Cause Order confirming that Dynamic International Airways is ready and capable to receive Flag Carrier status in United States and become an international scheduled airline.
“Highest level of both financial and operational fitness in United States which is provided to very limited amount of airlines and only to those that pass extensive review process. This order issued by DOT is publicly available. In past similar attempts by certain “lawyers” and “tour operators” allegedly “concerned for public interest” proved to be nothing more than a misguided attempts of manipulation of public opinion,” Gouveia noted.