Daily Archives: 09/24/2014

TravelSpan scraps deal with Vision Airlines; offers refunds to passengers

TravelSpan scraps deal with Vision Airlines; offers refunds to passengers

Wednesday, 24 September 2014 18:59  -Written by  Demerara Waves

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Flash back: TravelSpan’s flight arriving at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport

TravelSpan, a travel agency, on Wednesday announced that it was preparing to refund passengers or place them on another carrier, after an arrangement with the airline that provided the planes collapsed.

The travel agency said it was no longer a General Sales Agent for Vision Airlines that saw that carrier providing scheduled charter services on the Guyana-New York route.  Continue reading

Rohee’s threat against Granger and APNU must not be taken lightly by Prof. David Hinds

Rohee’s threat against Granger and APNU must not be taken lightly by Prof. David Hinds

Dr. David Hinds

Dr. David Hinds

24 September 2014 – Demerara Waves

There comes a time when a nation must sit up and take note of where it is and do something to halt its deterioration. Sometimes a nation get so tired of being abused, terrorized and pulverized by its government that it takes such a situation for granted. Government bullying becomes normative. We may be almost there in Guyana, but it’s not too late to do something about it. Take the following statement from a high government functionary that appeared in one of the daily newspapers.

“If Mr. Granger thinks I am weak…You know, he has launched a countrywide protest exercise to hasten the government’s’ signature on a number of Bills. I would like Mr. Granger to know… and I am not threatening or warning anybody. I am just saying that he announced that these things will be peaceful and so forth. If they are not peaceful and should there be any diversions from the peacefulness of any of those protest activities organized by Mr. Granger resulting in upsetting of the peace and good order of our country, then he will see who is really too weak to fight.”  Continue reading