Guyana commits to direct flights from Caribbean to Africa

The Governments of Guyana and Ghana signed an agreement in late November which will allow direct flights between the two nations. 

The Air Services Agreement, which was signed on November 23, forms part of an overall initiative to facilitate a more accessible route between the Caribbean and the African states. 

The Agreement was signed by Ghana’s Minister of Aviation, Joseph Kofi Adda and Guyana’s corresponding minister Annette Ferguson at the Air Transport Meeting.

Minister Ferguson told the media that the Ghana/Guyana agreement is a positive step towards achieving the air bridge. “It’s setting the foundation to allow airlines between the two countries to operate.” 

Aviation consultant Ramesh Lutchmedial said that it takes about 38 hours minimum from Georgetown, Guyana to…

Read More