Guyanese based Roraima Airways is set to expand operations into St Vincent in 2017.
CEO Gerald Gouveia said they had always had a good relationship with the Government of St Vincent and the Grenadines and hence the move to expand air services to the southern Caribbean nation.
Speaking via a youtube video posted on the 11th January 2017, Gouveia said his son who is currently in Antigua is expected to meet with officials in Kingstown this week.
The CEO of Roraima Airways praised the Government for having a vision in building the Argyle International Airport, which they plan to use as a hub, to expand their services across the Caribbean.
Roraima Airways was established in November 1992 commencing its operations as a domestic airline doing charters in Guyana, South America, and the Caribbean with particular emphasis on executive clientele. Over the years, the company has expanded its range of services into ten divisions.