Trinidad and Tobago: Surinam Airways has declared that it will suspend its operations of the flights to Port-of-Spain, Trinidad. The services will be ended for the latest three decades of operations.
However, the airlines have not yet justified and presented any specified reason behind the suspension of the flights and stated that they would analyze and review its brand model and its economic viability throughout its route network.
As the spokesperson of Suriname Airways, which was around 60-year-old a Government-owned airline and stated, “The departure from Port-of-Spain as any other restructuring and organization development process, is a difficult decision for us to suspend operations to Trinidad market after 29 years servicing the people of this beautiful island. Our heart is saddened that we have to separate from the over three decades of relationship with our General Sales Agent (GSA), loyal staff, committed people, travel agents, and authorities of this destination.
While extending gratitude to the people of Trinidad and Tobago, they expressed thank you for the trust and their invaluable support for making them a trusted airline. However, they are hopeful that we can resume after reviewing our route network and the fleet requirement to ensure sustainable growth in the region and to continue operations to ten or more destinations in the future.
The airline added that passengers whose flight has been affected will be accommodated by an arrangement with Caribbean Airlines Limited (CAL) and are asked to contact their travel agents or Surinam Airways directly by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Surinam Airways, also known by its initial SLM, is the flag carrier of Suriname, based in Paramaribo, which operates regional and long-haul passenger services from its hub at Johan Adolf Pengel International Airport ( Zanderij).
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