U.S. carrier Dynamic Airways is launching three-times-weekly scheduled service between New York JFK and Guyana's capital Georgetown on November 22.

U.S. carrier Dynamic Airways is launching three-times-weekly scheduled service between New York JFK and Guyana’s capital Georgetown on November 22.

Greensboro, North Carolina-based Dynamic Airways will operate the service to Georgetown’s Cheddi Jagan International Airport (IATA code GEO) from Terminal 1 at New York JFK. The carrier has operated the route in the past but stopped the service.


Dynamic Airways is using one of its Boeing 767-200ERs for round-trip service between New York JFK and Guyana's capital Georgetown

Dynamic Airways is using one of its Boeing 767-200ERs for round-trip service between New York JFK and Guyana’s capital Georgetown

 

Dynamic Airways is initially re-launching the service with a Boeing 767-200ER but says on its Facebook page that it plans to add three Boeing 767-300ERs to its fleet and if traffic develops sufficiently it will introduce the higher-capacity type on the route.

The carrier’s schedule for the five-and-a-half-hour flight will see its flight depart JFK Terminal 1 at 1:00 a.m. and land at GEO at 6:30 a.m.

In the other direction, the return flight will leave GEO at 4:00 p.m. and at JFK at 9:20 p.m. The two airports are in the same time zone.

Dynamic Airways is allowing each passenger on its JFK-GEO service to check two bags free of charge.

A Dynamic Airways Boeing 767-200ER taxies in towards its stand at Cheddi Jagan International Airport, which serves Guyana's capital Georgetown and is the small South American nation's main airport

A Dynamic Airways Boeing 767-200ER taxies in towards its stand at Cheddi Jagan International Airport, which serves Guyana’s capital Georgetown and is the small South American nation’s main airport

 

Bookings for the route can be made and paid online at www.airdynamic.com or through a travel agency.

At Cheddi Jagan International Airport, Dynamic Airways’ flights are handled by local regional airline and handling company Roraima Airways.

Dynamic Airways is certificated by the FAA as a FAR Part 121 air carrier. The airline, best known as a charter operator, changed ownership and management in 2013 with the goal of providing high-quality, affordable, long-haul, point-to-point air service.

Greensboro, North Carolina-based airline Dynamic Airways is introducing new branding and a new livery, shown in this computer-edited photograph of its Boeing 767-200ER

Greensboro, North Carolina-based airline Dynamic Airways is introducing new branding and a new livery, shown in this computer-edited photograph of its Boeing 767-200ER

 

In the process of restructuring it replaced two McDonnell Douglas MD-88s in its fleet with additional Boeing 767-200ERs, and now its fleet consists of five 767-200ERs. Each of them is configured to seat 250 passengers in all-economy configuration.

The airline has recently revealed new branding, including a red livery based on a stylized ‘D’, and a new website.

Dynamic Airways now offers service between New York and Guyana, Orlando and Brazil, and between Hong Kong and the island nation of Palau, which is located in the western Pacific Ocean.