Trans Guyana Airways Limited is a small, regional Guyanese airline. The airline commenced operations in 1956 in Georgetown (Guyana) using a single float aeroplane.
Since then Trans Guyana Airways is a leading domestic commercial airline in Guyana and works in cooperation with Gum Air to provide a weekly scheduled service between Paramaribo (Suriname) and Georgetown (Guyana). The service operates 7 days a week between Eugene F. Correira International Airport (OGL) and Zorg en Hoop Airport (ORG).
|AIRPORT||CITY AND COUNTRY|
|Zorg en Hoop Airport (ORG), Johan Adolf Pengel Airport (PBM)||Paramaribo, Suriname|
|Mabaruma Airport (USI)||Mabaruma|
|Matthews Ridge Airport (MWJ)||Matthews Ridge|
|Adisutjipto International Airport||Port Kaituma|
|Baramita Airport (BMJ)||Baramita|
|Georgetown Airport (GEO)||Georgetown|
|Eugene F. Correia International Airport (OGL) (HUB)||Georgetown-Ogle|
|Cheddi Jagan International Airport (OGL)||Baganara Island|
|Chi-Chi Airport ICAO: SYCC)||Chi-Chi West|
|Ekereku Bottom Airport (ICAO: SYEK)||Ekereku Bottom|
|Imbaimadai Airport (IMB)||Imbaimadai|
|Kamarang Airport (KAR)||Kamarang|
|Kurupung Airport (KPG)||Kurupung|
|Olive Creek Airport (ICAO: SYOC)||Olive Creek|
|Aurora Airport (SYRO)||Aurora|
|Kaieteur Airport (KAI)||Kaieteur Falls|
|Iwokrama Airport (SYIW)||Iwokrama|
|Annai Airport (NAI)||Annai|
|Karanambu Airport (KRM)||Karanambu|
|Lethem Airport (LTM)||Lethem|
|Bartica Airport (GFO)||Bartica|
Each fare-paying passenger is entitled to one piece of 4.5kg (10lbs) carry-on baggage onboard the aircraft. The size of the carry-on baggage must not exceed 18cm x 30cm x 33cm (7" x 12" x 13") in three dimensions, so it must fit under the seat in front. These items could be a small backpack, a laptop, a camera or a handbag.
Any larger items must be transported as checked baggage.
No prohibited items are allowed onboard including any fluid exceeding 100ml. Prohibited items found by airport security would be confiscated.
Checked baggage allowance depends on the route as different aircraft have various restrictions.
Guyana - Lethem (Beech 1900D Aircraft): Combined cabin and checked baggage weight is 9kg (20lbs)
Suriname - Johan Pengel International Airport (Beech 1900D Aircraft): Combined cabin and checked baggage weight is 15kg (33lbs)
Suriname - Zorg en Hoop Airfield (Cessna C208B Grand Caravan Aircraft): Combined cabin and checked baggage weight is 15kg (33lbs)
Online check-in is available on the airline website. Web check-in is recommended to reduce queuing time at the airport. Passengers would be able to receive their boarding pass once check-in is done one.
Passengers do not check-in online must check-in at the airport.
Passengers should arrive at the departure airport two hours before the established departure time. Once arrived at the airport, please report to the airline check-in counter as soon as possible to check-in for your flight. Passengers who are late for check-in may be denied boarding as a result.
Frequently flyer programme isn't currently available.
Trans Guyana Airways isn't part of any airline alliance.
As of November 2020, Trans Guyana Airways operates a fleet of 10 aircraft, including:
6 x Cessna 208B Grand Caravan, with a capacity of 13 passengers
1 x Britten Norman BN-2A-27 Islander, with a capacity of 9 passengers
3 x Beechcraft 1900D, with a capacity of 19 passengers
Eugene F. Correira International Airport (OGL) is located on the coast of Guyana. It is an international airport, with a weekly service to Barbados (Spain) operated by LIAT. Besides Tran Guyana Airways, Gum Air is the only other airline to use the airport.
6th September 2019
Trans Guyana Airways has launched a twice-weekly service from Eugene F. Correia International Airport (OGL) to Pengel International Airport (PBM). The new route is intended to meet the demand of the oil and gas industry which is booming in Guyana.