Fresh off the news of its expansion to Antigua, Turks and Caicos-based interCaribbean Airlines is set to. Launch another new destination: Guyana.
The company will be launching new flights to Guyana on Dec. 17, with service between Georgetown and Barbados.
The service will include a total of 12 weekly flights between Barbados and Georgetown.
It will also include connecting flights to St Vincent, Antigua, Grenada, Dominica and Saint Lucia.
An onward flight via Barbados to Antigua will continue to Turks and Caicos and then head to Havana.
“With the open-for-business efforts of this government, we were able to put everything in place, and we are here to make the announcement, and make the service a reality from December 17th,” said interCaribbean Founder and Chairman Lyndon Gardiner.