On July 6, it has been announced that the Canadian operator, Canada Jetlines, has signed a new charter agreement with FlyAllways.
This article will cover the details surrounding this new charter agreement between Canada Jetlines and FlyAllways.
Canada Jetlines & FlyAllways New Charter Agreement
This week Canada Jetlines has signed a new six-month charter contract with Caribbean-based airline, FlyAllways to provide new charter services between the Canadian city of Toronto and the capital city of Guyana, Georgetown.
The new agreement is set to begin in the third quarter (Q3) of 2023, however, it is entirely subject to the Guyanese Government’s approval.
At present, Canada Jetlines primarily operates charters throughout Canada as well as to quite a few international destinations. The carrier currently operates two Airbus A320s with a third one due in the coming months.
Both of their current Airbus A320s are leased, with one being leased from Jackson Square Aviation (JSA) and is approximately 13 years old, registered as C-GCJL and their second being leased from CCB Financial Leasing and is approximately 9 years old, registered as C-GCJK.
Commenting on their new charter agreement with FlyAllways, Canada Jetlines’ President and Chief Executive Officer, Eddy Doyle, says, “We are looking forward to this partnership with FlyAllways. We know that there is a substantial demand for the Toronto/Georgetown market, and we believe FlyAllways, and the Canadian tour operator that they have partnered with, will be successful with the introduction of this route.”
“In addition to our regular schedule flying, we have experienced strong demand for charter and ACMI/wet-lease flying, and the flight hours contemplated in this contract will keep one of our aircraft fully utilized.”