Caribbean Airlines was a notable presence at last week's
Guyana Independence Festival at the Centennial College (Progress Campus) in
Toronto, which brought together several Government, Tourism and Trade Agencies, all
with the focus of addressing concerns of Guyanese of Canada.
Caribbean Airlines is touted as the premier air carrier for travel between Canada and
South America & the Region for the West Indian Diaspora, and the Caribbean Airlines
team at the Guyana trade and tourism exhibition, provided the opportunity for direct
interaction between customers and team members to facilitate the promotion of the
airline's brand, products, and services offered.
The event was fully endorsed by His Excellency Donald Ramotar, President of Guyana
who was in attendance along with other Guyanese officials. The day included songs and
dances by the Katawau Dance Group, a group of young Amerindians from Guyana, as
well as a softball cricket and football games featuring Guyanese-Canadian players.
In photo below: Caribbean Airlines Sales Executive, Nazie Mohammed greets His
Excellency Donald Ramotar, President of Guyana upon his arrival at the Guyana
Caribbean Airlines sponsored the prize for the Captain of the winning cricket
team, Roy Moosaie along with Consul General of Guyana Sattie Sawh.