Air Demerara has announced it is preparing to launch service from Guyana´s main international airports by 2021, the company said.
The company announced that it plans to operate international and regional flights between Guyana and the Caribbean, North America and Brazil from the Cheddi Jagan International Airport and the Eugene F Correia International Airport at Ogle.
Air Demerara was incorporated in June of 2019 and will operate a fleet of fuel-efficient aircraft with a list price of USD 500m.
Air Demerara has filed its Letter of Intent with the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) which was well received and as a result, the GCAA has pledged its support to facilitate the venture, the company said.
Air Demerara will dedicate a percentage of ticket sales to offset carbon emissions while creating more than 500 jobs offering competitive salaries and benefits packages higher than industry average, along with establishing an employee profit sharing program to ensure a loyal employee work force and customer base, and by extension, its success.
Air Demerara will utilize various types of Airbus-model aircraft depending on the route.