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TRAVEL: InterCaribbean Airways to hire Guyanese cabin attendants, pilots

InterCaribbean Airways plans to train Guyanese to become cabin attendants, the carrier’s Chief Executive Officer of the airline, Trevor Sadler announcement on Friday minutes after the inaugural flight arrived from Guyana from Barbados.

“On Monday, we start a new class of flight attendants here in Georgetown so we don’t just speak but we follow on with the words and hiring of additional Guyanese is on the way. We’re also looking at the active hiring for pilots,” he said at a brief welcoming ceremony held at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport.          Continue reading

TRAVEL: InterCaribbean Airways’ decision to serve Guyana due to Oil and Gas sector

(Left to right) Chief Executive Officer of InterCaribbean Airways, Trevor Sadler; Chairman of InterCaribbean Airways, Lyndon Gardiner and Aviation Minister Juan Edghill.

Guyana’s emerging oil and gas sector is expected to be a booster for  operations of the Turks and Caicos Islands-based InterCaribbean Airways which is set to  provide 12 weekly round-trip flights from Guyana to Barbados early next month, Aviation Minister Juan Edghill said Friday.       

“ExxonMobil was chartering flights to come to Guyana to bring their staff on rotation. They have signaled that they are bringing that to an end,”  he said. The Minister noted that there are an estimated 2,500 passengers who travel to and from Guyana for staff rotation, with Barbados being a destination where long-haul flights terminate needs a carrier that “gets them in and gets them out.” “InterCaribbean will certainly fill that void,” he added.        Continue reading

TRAVEL: New Airline- interCaribbean Airways – to serve Barbados

—  New airline to take off August 4

Published 02 August 2020 – Barbados Nation News

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Barbados PM Mia Amor Mottley

Prime Minister Mia Mottley yesterday announced the arrival of interCaribbean Airways to Barbados, with flights expected to start from August 4.

She revealed that the airline, which is based in Turks & Caicos, had already started interviews for local staff.      Continue reading
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