Dynamic Airways to offer daily flights from November

… despite bankruptcy proceedings

Although, Dynamic International Airways has filed for bankruptcy in the United States, the chartered service is expected to offer daily flights between New York and Guyana from November.
This was revealed by Roraima Airways Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Dynamic’s local representative, Captain Gerald Gouveia, in an interview with Guyana Times on Thursday.
He noted that the airlines will be offering daily flights from Guyana to the US from mid-November this year.
Dynamic Airlines presently operates five flights on a weekly basis to Guyana and will soon extend its services to China.
Captain Gouveia stated that the presence of Dynamic Airlines in the country broadens the scope of travel choice of Guyanese.
“It’s good that Guyanese have choices, Guyanese have choices to fly with other airlines. But dynamic would be glad to have vital service to Guyana connecting New York and Guyana,” he said.
Gouveia further relayed that the international airline is pleased to be contributing to the economic development of the country by creating jobs for Guyanese in areas of cabin crew and engineering.
“We are looking forward to a long and fruitful service, this has been three years in the making and Dynamic will be here for a long time…” Gouveia said.
Meanwhile, the airline had filed for bankruptcy under the voluntary chapter 11 petition with the United States Bankruptcy Court in North Carolina to keep its business alive.
This chapter of the Bankruptcy Code generally provides for reorganisation while allowing a debtor to propose a plan of reorganisation to keep its business alive and pay creditors over time.
This decision was reportedly taken in light of the airline being riddled with litigations and includes the lawsuits from Hajj flights that Dynamic operated in 2014 for Air India.