Jerry Gouveia, Irfaan Ali & Donald Ramotar bluffing Guyanese. The Department of Transportation cancelled Dynamic Airways Guyana service weeks ago.
List of Public Charters
Charter Report – 2014 Prospectuses
Updated: Friday, August 15, 2014
Charter Operator : Dynamic Airways (Direct Sales)
Carrier : Dynamic Airways
Origin : JFK-BDL
Destination : GEO
Beginning date : 6/20/2014
Ending date : 6/14/2015
Remarks : PROGRAM CANCELLED effective 8/6/14
Total # of flights : 274
Type of aircraft/number of seats : B767-200 w/235sts
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