Caribbean Airlines Ltd. said Guyana’s Civilian Aviation Authority will lead the investigation into the crash landing of a Boeing 737-800 this past weekend that injured dozens of passengers. No one was killed.
A former member of Guyana’s parliament accused of plotting to blow up New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport , testifying at his terror trial, denied being a spy for Iran beginning in the 1980s.
Guyana Goldfields Inc. has signed confidentiality agreements with six parties interested in buying the company and its Aurora gold project in the South American country, Chief Operating Officer Claude Lemasson said.
Anadarko Petroleum Corp., the third- largest independent U.S. oil and natural gas producer, said it’s working for the release of a research vessel and its crew after Guyana said Venezuela detained the ship in disputed waters yesterday.
A Guyanese man who admitted to his role in a failed plot to blow up New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport and who testified against his co- conspirators was sentenced to four years in prison.
A Caribbean Airlines Ltd. Boeing 737-800 aircraft carrying 157 passengers and crew crashed upon landing in Guyana early today. No one was killed, though some people on the plane were injured, the airline said.