Fly Jamaica is and contains big plans back
Jamaica tourism does good, and what’s missing is really a local airline. After crash landing their last aircraft in Guyana on March 30,2019, Fly Jamaica had to suspend operation. Of Friday this can probably change soon as.
A united team of investors including Jamaican aviation veteran Glenn Logan, led by Yann LeProvost of the French-based company W&Y SAS, has had on the operations of the problem-plagued Fly Jamaica Airways.
Fly Jamaica Airways was a Guyanese airline headquartered in Kingston, Jamaica. The airline had its main hub in Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston, Jamaica. The airline offered routes to THE UNITED STATES mainly.
The new owners, on Friday from Guyanese operators Paul and Roxanne Reece who overran the reins, have promised to handle issues affecting the carrier, like the payment of salaries, ticket refunds and the payment of outstanding debt.
“That is significant for most different reasons, to revive confidence in the Jamaican people, the flying public and the tourism industry in Jamaica. I would like to say that people will not focus on the ethnic market just, however the tourism market also. It is crucial for the survival of the tourism market, for all of us to focus on this. This can be the key component for the survival of the airline,” said Logan.
He said plans are underway for flights to resume in September.
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Logan, involves Fly Jamaica with over years of experience in the aviation industry, including that of dealing with Air Jamaica, Air Canada along with other airlines in Canada. He also started Canada 3000 airlines and established a little airline out of South Florida.
Plans come in the pipeline to focus on Toronto and NY connections with plans to add Fort Lauderdale. Furthermore, talks are on the true way discussing the German and South American market.
Jamaica Tourism Board is preparing to cooperate.
Attorney Michael Vaccianna played an instrumental role in obtaining the deal done.
Fly, that was located in Georgetown, On February 14 guyana started operating, 2013.
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