The Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) has announced that Sky High Aviation Services SA wants to begin flying to the country in April. The Dominican Republic based airline wants to have flights between Georgetown and Santo Domingo three times a week. Guyanese have until 3:30pm on April 6, 2021 to make comments to the GCAA on approving or disapproving the airline’s request. Letters can be mailed to the Director General of the GCAA at 73 High Street, Kingston, Georgetown. Sky High Aviation has a fleet of three Embraer 145 aircraft. They currently fly to Anguilla, Antigua, Aruba, the British Virgin Islands, Curacao, St Kitts and Nevis and Colombia. Chartered flights are also available to Jamaica, St Eustatius and St Lucia.
Source: Civil Aviation Authority – Qatar