Guyana’s booming oil industry has led to another new route from the United States.
Caribbean Airlines is launching a new route to the region, with nonstop service from Houston, Texas to Georgetown, Guyana.
The new route will also include onward connectivity to Port of Spain, Trinidad, with service launching on March 22.
The flights will operate three times each week, with service on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays out of George Bush Intercontinental Airport.
“We are delighted to offer this new service at a time when Caribbean Airlines is actively resetting expectations for our customers with our new aircraft and various refreshed products to enhance the overall customer experience,” said Garvin Medera, CEO of Caribbean Airlines.
“Caribbean Airlines has been a consistent partner with Guyana and the Guyanese diaspora so it’s only fitting that we mobilize resources to support the expanding commercial activity in Guyana,” Medera said. “This new operation will provide direct connectivity between Guyana and Houston, which is the base of many of the largest oil companies in the world. Another plus is that customers also have the option to connect to Port of Spain for business and leisure.”