Surinam Airways launched its second route to Miami, FL (MIA) on 3 April when the airline began operating from its Paramaribo (PBM) base in Surinam’s capital via Georgetown (GEO) in neighbouring Guyana. Flights operate twice-weekly with 737-300s and complement the airline’s existing Miami services operating via Aruba. No other airline operates the 360-kilometre sector between the capitals of the two neighbour countries, which last was operated – by Surinam Airways – in 2004. The last time Georgetown was connected non-stop with Miami was in 2000 when Guyana Airways operated the route.
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