Ministry of Public Infrastructure will commence refunds for tickets issued by Dynamic International Airways

The Ministry of Public Infrastructure will commence the process of refunds for tickets issued by Dynamic International Airways from Wednesday May 2, 2018. Refunds will be issued Mondays to Thursdays from 09:00hrs to 15:00hrs and Fridays from 09:00hrs to 14:00hrs at the Ministry of Public Infrastructure’s Accounts Department, Fort Street, Kingston.

Passengers are required to appear with:

·         Identification document (national I.D. card or passport only)

·         Proof of ticket purchase

In cases where an individual is appearing on another’s behalf, the following are required in addition to the above-mentioned documents:

·         Authorisation letter, with two signed witnesses, from passenger whose name appears on the list

·         Identification document (national I.D. card or passport only) of person uplifting the refund

Furthermore, to allow for smooth processing, passengers have been organised by dates, with a maximum of 80 persons being accommodated each day. Passengers who do not appear on their identified dates will be allowed to appear during the fall-back period, May 14, 2018 to May 25, 2018.

Electronic copies of the list are also available on the Ministry of Public Infrastructure’s website (www.mopi.gov.gy) and Facebook page as well as Roraima Airways’ website (www.roraimaairways.com) and Facebook page. Passengers may also check with their travel agencies to confirm their appearance on the list.  

The full list of passengers will appear this Sunday April 22, 2018 in the four daily newspapers. Passengers are urged to check for their names and date of appearance.

Passengers are urged to contact the Ministry of Public Infrastructure on 225-4023 or 227-5344 for more information.

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