The Government of Guyana has given Fly Jamaica Airways permission to begin a series between Guyana and Cuba.
This was announced by Minister of State Joe Harmon during a press briefing on Thursday.
He said that several months ago Fly Jamaica had applied to begin the service.
He noted that there was no delay at the level of cabinet in granting the approval, but said the application would have had to be processed by the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority before reaching cabinet.
Fly Jamaica has been seeking to spread its wings to various destinations and is expected to launch the service to Cuba to take advantage of the increased travel between the two destinations.
Fly Jamaica falls under the Wings Aviation company – the same company owns Air Guyana.