Trans Guyana Airways

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Trans Guyana Airways (TGA)
IATA
ICAO
TGY
Callsign
TRANS GUYANA
Founded 1951
Commenced operations 1956
Fleet size 8
Destinations over 22
Headquarters Ogle Aerodrome, Ogle, East Coast Demerara, Guyana
Key people Michael Correia Jr.
Website http://www.transguyana.net/

Trans Guyana Airways commenced operations in 1956 in Georgetown, Guyana with a single float airplane. Since then, the company has grown to become one of the leading domestic commercial airlines in Guyana.[citation needed] Trans Guyana Airways is a member of the Correia Group of Companies along with Caribbean Aviation Maintenance Services, Evergreen Adventures, Baganara Island Resort and the Correia Mining Company. In addition to serving Guyana's interior, Trans Guyana Airways works in cooperation with Gum Air to provide a scheduled air-link between Paramaribo (Suriname) and Georgetown (Guyana). The carriers operate 7 days a week between Ogle Airport (SYGO) and Zorg en Hoop Airport (SMZO).

Fleet[edit]

A Cessna 208 of Trans Guyana Airways at Karanambu Lodge.

Trans Guyana Airways operates a fleet of 8 aircraft with capacity varying from 9 to 13 seats.

Trans Guyana Airways Fleet
Aircraft In Fleet Passengers Notes
Cessna 208B Grand Caravan 7 1-2 pilots plus 13 passengers 2 Aircraft upgraded with 850hp Blackhawk Engine
Britten Norman BN-2A-27 Islander 1 1 pilot plus 9 passengers
Total 8

Destinations[edit]

Trans Guyana Airways offers scheduled commercial services to the following interior locations:

Guyana[edit]

Suriname[edit]

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