Trans Guyana Airways (Ogle, East Coast Demerara, Guyana) Cessna 208B Grand Caravan (8R-GHS, msn 0830) operating flight 700, crashed yesterday (January 18) between Olive Creek and Imbaimadai in the Marazuni area of the Amazon forest according to StabroekNews.com. A Canadian pilot and a cargo loader from Guyana were on board the aircraft. The search for the aircraft and crew has resumed today.
According to the carrier, Trans Guyana was established in 1956 from a single float plane and has grown to seven Caravans and one Britten Norman Islander. The airline operates 22 daily domestic flights and two to international destinations.
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Copyright Photo: Trans Guyana Airways. Sister ship 8R-GHT lands at a remote strip.