Dominican Republic airline wants to fly here
A Dominican Republic airline has applied to operate non-scheduled flights between Guyana and Santo Domingo thrice weekly.
According to a public notice by the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) in yesterday’s Sunday Stabroek, Sky High Aviation Services S.A. proposes to begin flying here from April this year. Members of the public can make representations and/or objections to the application. Those making representations have to state the specific grounds on which they are being made and are to specify any desired conditions to be attached to the permit if granted. Representation has to be made in writing no later than 3.30 pm on April 6, 2021 to the Director General of the GCAA at 73 High Street, Kingston.