Guyana Airways was the national airline of Guyana until 2001. The airline was founded in 2001 and flew to a number of destinations throughout the Caribbean, United States and Canada. Guyana Airways had its headquarters in Georgetown Guyana. The airline went bust in 2001 after experiencing financial difficulties.
The Guyana Airlines fleet consisted of Tupolevs and Boeings. At the time of its insolvency, the airline's fleet included Boeing 757s and one Airbus A.300B4-622R aircraft.
Guyana Airway's was located at Cheddi Jagan International airport, which is the main airport of Guyana. It is the main airport serving the city of Georgetown, the capital of Guyana. Other airlines which operate out of the airport include American Airlines, Caribbean Airlines, Copa Airlines, Fly Jamaica Airlines and Surinam Airways.
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