Dynamic Airways will be back in business in Guyana eight months after the CEO of their previous partner company there admitted that he was guilty of embezzlement. An article explaining the deal, done in partnership with Roraima Airways, is here. The arrangement itself promises “scheduled flights [to Guyana] from New York and Toronto.”
Roraima CEO and chairman of Guyana’s Private Sector Commission Gerry Gouveia distances the new partnership from the “defunct and controversial EZjet airlines,” but Gouveia himself has an interesting past. According to a Wikileaks cable, he had alleged ties to criminals which either caused his US visa to be revoked or made him ineligible to get one—the same fate of “Minister of Home Affairs Clement Rohee and Commissioner of Police Henry Greene (who are known associates and accomplices of drug traffickers and human smugglers)” according to the cable.
The more things change, the more they stay the same?