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American Airlines now flying direct from NY to South America’s newest O&G hotspot

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US-based American Airlines on Wednesday officially began direct flights from New York (NY) to the South American country of Guyana, now on the verge of becoming a major oil producer in the region.

The new service will be operated daily using a 160-seat Boeing 737-800 aircraft which includes 16 seats in First Class.

This follows the launch of direct flights to Guyana from Miami on November 15, 2018 offering passengers power outlets at every seat while streaming free live TV and Apple Music to their personal devices.

The airline offers an average of nearly 6,700 flights per day to nearly 350 destinations in more than 50 countries around the world.

The addition of direct flights from NY to Guyana comes at a time when the country is about to begin producing oil from a giant offshore field discovered by US oil major, ExxonMobil.

The country’s emerging oil and gas industry has seen increased air travel in recent years and this is expected to significantly increase going forward.

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