Flights to and from Guyana
Air Guyane SP is a French Airline which operates scheduled and regional flights. Its main hub airport is Félix Eboué Airport (formerly known as Cayenne Rochambeau Airport) in French Guiana. In 2002 Air Guyane Express took over the operations of the former Air Guyane. The Air Guyane Express fleet includes 2 Let L-410 Turbolet and 1 ATR 42-600 aircraft.
Air Guyane Express allows passengers to carry hand luggage with a maximum weight of 7kg and with maximum dimensions of 55cm x 35cm x 25cm.
Air Guyane Express allows passengers to carry checked baggage of up to 15kg.
The airline offers standard (economy) seating. However, there are multiple fare options, which determine factors such as whether a flight ticket is refundable.
FULLFLEX: These fares are fully flexible and always available on booking. Changes to the departure or return flight are unrestricted and without penalty; changes need to be made prior to departure.
SEMIFLEX: this fare available on booking in limited numbers. In case of modification of the Ticket, the penalty of just €20 Euros is charged.
LIGHT: Tickets of this fare can only be purchased for round trips. They are not refundable, but remain modifiable, with a charge.
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Air Guyane operates passenger flights to the following destinations: Cayenne, Grand Santi, Maripasoula, Saint Laurent du Maroni, Saül, Pointe-à-Pitre, Fort de France and Grand Case.
Air Guyane Hub Airport
Air Guyane is based at the Félix Eboué Airport in French Guiana which is located 13km southwest of the country's capital, Cayenne. The airport was originally named after Jean-Baptiste Donatien de Vimeur, comte de Rochambeau who was commander-in-chief of the French troops during the Revolutionary War. However, in 2012 it was renamed after French-Guianan born politician Adolphe Sylvestre Félix Éboué. The airport receives around 400 000 passengers a year.
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