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Dynamic International Airways issues an update on the FLL aircraft fire

Dynamic International Airways (Greensboro) has issued this follow-up statement:

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“On behalf of Dynamic International Airways, I want to express our sincere apologies to our passengers as well as friends and families of the passengers on board flight DYA405 which experienced reported incident,” stated Don Dodson Director of Operations at Dynamic International Airways.

“Per our internal investigation, we would like to share following information:

After successfully passing required safety, mechanical and operation pre-flight inspections, Dynamic International Airways flight 2D0405 was taxiing and preparing for on time departure from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport to Caracas Simon Bolivar Airport. Flight crew as well as airport personnel noticed engine problem during taxiing and acted according to emergency procedures. Passengers and flight crew were evacuated from the aircraft. Flight DYA405 was carrying 90 passengers as well as crew compliment of 11 people. Minor number of reportedly injured were treated and most of them were released shortly after. We are waiting for more detailed information from relevant parties in order to assure accuracy of the information we are providing. The experience of the Captain and First officer were 15700 and 4140 hours respectively. Per initial information the actions of the cabin crew were exemplary and according to their safety training.”

“Our primary focus is to provide support for the passengers who are at the airport and to any passengers who have been medically treated and/or released. Support received from airport authorities personnel as well as our colleagues from other airlines was tremendous and we would like to use this opportunity to express our gratitude for their help during and after the incident,” he continued.

Airline has provided Subservice for the recovery flights 2D 0405 and return flight 2D 0406 on 29th of October for all passengers impacted with today’s flight disruption. Flight 2D0405 is now departing on October 29th at 20:00 PM EST from Fort Lauderdale to Caracas, while Flight 2D0406 will depart Caracas to Fort Lauderdale at 02:00 AM local time on October 30th. Checks in counters are open for flight 2D 0405 while checks in counters for flight 2D0406 are opening at 21:00. Passengers are also able to receive vouchers, full refunds, and hotel accommodation in case they would like to travel on tomorrow flight as per their preference. Other flights were not impacted by the incident and operation is continuing according to schedule.”

“Dynamic is also in the process of dispatching a team to assist the National Transportation Safety Board in its investigation. We would not like to speculate about the potential causes of the incident during the ongoing investigation and all of us at Dynamic are committed to fully cooperating with the NTSB and other authorities. We have activated our Family Assistance Plan and have established a special toll-free number. Family members of the passengers who may have been on board Flight DYA405 may contact 1 (888) 283-2157 or 262-226-8787 for more information. Dynamic International Airways lead delegate Joseph Schoofs is at the airport in order liaise with passengers, while additional executive management team will be onsite by 2000 this evening,” he finished.

Copyright Photo: Andy Cripps/AirlinersGallery.com. A dramatic photo of the fire breaking out in the number one engine of Boeing 767-269 ER N251MY (msn 23280) on the taxiway at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. Passengers are seen scrambling away from the burning airliner as ARFF units fight the fire.

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Dynamic Airways Boeing 767-200 N251MY catches on fire while taxiing out for takeoff at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport

Dynamic International Airways (Greensboro) issued this statement concerning a fire on Boeing 767-269 ER N251MY (msn 23280) (below) operating flight 2D 405 from Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood to Caracas, Venezuela:


Above Copyright Photo: Andy Cripps/AirlinersGallery.com.

Today, October 29, 2015, while taxiing for an on time departure from Fort Lauderdale to Caracas, Dynamic International Airways crew became aware of an engine problem. The crew followed the emergency procedures, shut down the engine and evacuated the aircraft in order to assure safety to all on board.

The Company is conducting initial investigation and will issue further information once available. Safety of our passengers and crew members is the first priority of Dynamic International Airways. Dynamic International Airways is currently arranging accommodation and transportation for all passengers impacted by today’s flight disruption. Airline expects to continue operation as per the schedule starting tomorrow October 30, 2015. Dynamic International Airways would like to thank its passengers for their patience and support while our teams conduct their duties.


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Dynamic Airways to start Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood – Caracas service

Dynamic International Airways (2nd) (Greensboro) will begin operating its new daily service between Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport (FLL) and Caracas Simon Bolivar International Airport (CCS) on July 17, marking the airline’s first daily service to Venezuela from FLL and the only nonstop flight connecting Fort Lauderdale and Caracas.


Daily FLL-CCS Service Schedule (all times local):

2D 405
Departs FLL at 12:30 p.m.
Arrives at CCS at 3:15 p.m. same day

2D 406
Departs CCS at 6:20 p.m.
Arrives at FLL at 10:01 p.m.

The new flight from FLL will be the first of three planned routes to Venezuela. Announcements of Dynamic’s planned service from New York John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to Caracas (CCS) and Fort Lauderdale (FLL) to Maracaibo La Chinita International Airport (MAR) will follow in coming weeks.

Dynamic will operate its service between Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood and Caracas with a Boeing 767-300 ER aircraft. The airline is retrofitting its aircraft interior to enhance the premium experience on international flights.

Dynamic also operates on the New York (JFK) – Georgetown route.

Copyright Photo: Fred Freketic/AirlinersGallery.com. Dynamic Airways (2nd) Boeing 767-336 ER N254MY (msn 25443) with Paraguay Airlines tail markings sits at New York’s JFK International Airport.

Dynamic Airways to restart New York JFK-Georgetown, Guyana flights

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Dynamic Airways (2nd) (Greensboro, NC) is planning to restart scheduled passenger services from New York (JFK) to Georgetown, Guyana (GEO) on November 22.

Schedule: CLICK HERE

Bill Gray, COO of Dynamic Airways said “in past months our team has worked diligently on restarting air service to Guyana. With the help of authorities from both countries as well as our partners we were able to prepare the type of service we believe is long overdue in this market.”

Dynamic Airways’ Sales Agent Network, which includes long established travel industry leaders such as Roraima Airways, Bobbie Travel, Sunita Travel, and many others, has been greatly enhanced by the addition of TravelSpan, Inc. from Queens, NY. TravelSpan’s block seat agreement as well as PSA Agreement allows Dynamic Airways to significantly expand its passenger base and market penetration.

The flights will depart from JFK’s Terminal One at 1 AM (0100) and departing from Georgetown at 4 PM (1600) every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday. Dynamic Airways offers both Business and Coach Class seats.

Images: Dynamic Airways.

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Dynamic Airways to operate scheduled New York-Georgetown flights

Dynamic Airways 767-200 and crew GEO (Dynamic)(LRW)

Dynamic Airways (Greensboro, NC) has announced the start of its nonstop service between New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK) and Georgetown, Guyana (Cheddi Jagan International Airport) (GEO) beginning on June 26, 2014.

Dynamic Airways’ Boeing 767 will depart JFK every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday.

Dynamic Airways is a US certified Part 121 air carrier and changed ownership/management in 2013 with a goal of providing high quality, low-cost medium and long haul air service.

Dynamic Airways has also revealed a brand and logo (below).

Dynamic Airways also offers service between New York (JFK) and Guyana, Hong Kong and Saipan as well as service between Beijing and Guam.

Copyright Photo: Dynamic Airways.

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Direct Air says it will return on May 15

Direct Air (Myrtle Beach) has finally issued the following statement on their website:

“Direct Air finds it necessary to suspend flight operation from Tuesday, March 13, 2012 until May 15, 2012. This decision was made to address operational matters. We are currently evaluating strategic alternatives for Direct Air.

Direct Air is committed to our passengers, employees, and the communities we serve.

Please check back here for more details.

Very Truly Yours,
Direct Air”

Copyright Photo: Jan Petzold. Click on photo for full size image and then click again for additional information.


Dynamic Airways adds its first wide-body Boeing 767-200

Dynamic Airways (Greensboro) has announced it was approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to add a Boeing 767-200 aircraft to its Air Carrier Certificate.

According to the charter airlines, “the new Dynamic Airways Boeing 767-200 is a mid-size, wide-body, fuel-efficient twin-engine airliner configured with 218 passenger seats, consisting of 18 first class and 200 economy class seats. The aircraft will allow Dynamic Airways to continue to build its core competencies by providing aviation solutions to a new customer base. Dynamic Airways is a subsidiary of Virginia-based Dynamic Aviation, which has a 75-year history and vision for providing solutions to a broad array of commercial and public sector customers.”

Dynamic Airways’ Boeing 767-200 is available for ACMI wet lease, full charter and corporate shuttle programs for private and government organizations.

Copyright Photo: Jay Selman.