Roraima Airways

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Roraima Airways
Roraima Airways logo.png
IATA ICAO Callsign
- ROR RORAIMA
Founded 1992
Hubs Eugene F. Correia International Airport
Secondary hubs Cheddi Jagan International Airport
Fleet size 4
Parent company Roraima Group of Companies
Headquarters Guyana
Key people Gerald Gouveia
Website http://www.roraimaairways.com

Roraima Airways is a regional airline of Guyana with its main hub at the Eugene F. Correia International Airport. Roraima Airways was founded in 1992.

History[edit]

Roraima Airways was founded in 1992 to serve tourists to get them around Guyana to destinations like Kaieteur Falls, and also Mount Roraima. All flights begin or end at Georgetown's Cheddi Jagan International Airport or Eugene F. Correia International Airport. In addition to tourist flights, the airline provides charter services for passengers and cargo to practically any Aerodrome in Guyana's Interior as well as critical Medivac services both locally and internationally

Destinations[edit]

Guyana Guyana

  • Port Kaituma
  • Cheddie Jagan International
  • Mabaruma
  • Matthews Ridge
  • Mahdia
  • Eugene F. Correla International
  • Lethem
  • Eteringbang
  • Aurora
  • Baramita
  • Kaieteur Falls

Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad & Tobago

  • Piarco International Airport (3 cargo flights per week on behalf of FedEx)

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