Cubans and Guyanese now have a new way to travel between both countries as Fly All Ways has announced the start of its direct service between Georgetown and Havana.
The first flight between Guyana and Cuba took place on Saturday.
The scheduled service will initially operate one flight per week, leaving Georgetown for Havana on Saturday morning and returning to Georgetown in the evening.
Fly All Ways is said to be excited about the new service as it could lead to more business opportunities for both Guyana and Cuba.
The airline will be looking to land a cargo license to begin transporting cargo between the two countries.
Scores of Cubans travel to Guyana weekly since the US Embassy in Guyana serves as the visa services point for Cubans wishing to travel to the US.