Canada Jetlines has recently entered into a six-month contract with FlyAllways, a Caribbean airline headquartered in Suriname.
This collaboration aims to cater to the growing demand for flights between Toronto, Canada, and Georgetown, Guyana. The contract, spanning a period of six months, will see Canada Jetlines providing weekly charter flights on this route, pending approval from the Guyanese government.
The anticipated commencement of operations is set for the third quarter of 2023.
A Promising Partnership
The executives at Canada Jetlines expressed their enthusiasm for the collaboration with FlyAllways and are optimistic about the potential of the Toronto/Georgetown market. The partnership also includes a Canadian tour operator, which further enhances the prospects of success for this new route.
Eddy Doyle, the President and CEO of Canada Jetlines, shares his thoughts on the venture, stating, “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.”
Meeting Growing Demand
Apart from its regular scheduled air service and Charter Operations to various Canadian and international destinations, Canada Jetlines has witnessed a significant increase in demand for charter and ACMI/wet-lease flying, according to CEO Doyle.
This contract with FlyAllways allows Canada Jetlines to fulfill the rising demand while ensuring maximum utilization of its aircraft.
The flight hours specified in this agreement will keep one of their aircraft fully occupied, highlighting the value of this partnership for both parties involved.
FlyAllways is an airline of Suriname, based in Paramaribo and started operations on January 10, 2016 with the launch of its inaugural flight above Suriname. Its first commercial flight took place on January 22, 2016 to São Luís, capital of the state of Maranhão in Brazil.
FlyAllways operates on a low-cost airline model, and offers flights to destinations in the Caribbean and South America.
According to Planespotters data, the airline’s fleet currently consists of three Fokker 70 aircraft; having previously operated three Boeing 737-800 aircraft.
FlyAllways’ mission statement is to “provide affordable air travel to the people of Suriname and the Caribbean region.” The airline’s vision is to be “the leading low-cost carrier in the Caribbean.”
About Canada Jetlines
Canada Jetlines is a Canadian ultra-low-cost airline headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario. The airline was founded in 2013 and launched its inaugural flight on September 22, 2022.
The airline aims to meet the market demand in Canada for low-fare air travel, planning to follow the business model of European low-cost carriers Ryanair and easyJet by operating from smaller secondary airports when possible.
According to Planespotters data, Canada Jetlines’ active fleet currently consists of two Airbus A320 aircraft. The airline has previously stated plans to expand its fleet to 15 aircraft by the end of 2025.