Enerjet News

December 15, 2010

Date: December 15, 2010

OTTAWA — The Honourable Chuck Strahl, Minister of Transport, Infrastructure and Communities, today announced the designation of Enerjet to operate scheduled international air services between Canada and Guyana, and of Air Transat to operate scheduled international air services between Canada and Turkey. “These designations will provide additional flight choices for consumers travelling between Canada and these two countries,” said Minister Strahl. “The designations also contribute to the growth of the Canadian air industry.” Enerjet is a new Canadian entrant into the scheduled international air services market, with Guyana being the airline’s inaugural destination.

"Enerjet is pleased to receive the designation for air services between Canada and Guyana", said Enerjet Vice President Darcy Morgan. "We have not yet finalized the start date for a Guyana scheduled air service. At this time we are working with Canadian and Guyanese service providers to assist with delivering a product to meet our high standards for safety, efficiency and environmental responsibility. Further details regarding a Guyana service will be made available at www.enerjet.ca as they become available."