Princes Street Petrol station service disruption Operations at the Infinity Service Station at Princes and High Streets is slated for full resumption as Georgetown Mayor & City Council (M&CC) workers on Friday replaced several concrete slabs that were removed to facilitate cleaning of drains.Workmen replacing concrete slabsGuyana Times was told that the drains around the gas station are about three meters deep so the slabs had to be moved. Additionally, it was posited that cleaning of drains is done in connection with the flow of tides and as such cannot be completed within a short timeframe.Earlier this week this publication reported that city workers on Tuesday left the area in a muddied state, much to the anger of manager Keshan Persaud.The proprietor had alleged that workmen advised that they would not put the concrete slabs back as they were only responsible for removing it. Persaud had further stated that his business was affected as only a very limited number of vehicles could enter to obtain gas.Guyana Times was informed Monday that a female worker without proper identification informed management of the gas station that these works would commence.When managers of the service station attempted to make inquiries of the works, the female worker reportedly asked them if they were attempting to tell them how to do their job.This publication made contact with City Council’s Public Relations Officer Debra Lewis who related that she was aware of the issue and explained that she spoke to someone who looked into the matter to have it rectified.The cleaning works are part of the overall preparations for Guyana’s Golden Jubilee celebrations in May. In 2015, the National Budget included the allocation of $300 million towards restoration of the capital city.
Spanish aviation investors are negotiating over the future of Iberian low-budget airline Clickair, reports have claimed.The no-frills airline has refused to comment on rumours of a prospective merger, but airline information portal ATW Online has claimed that a deal could well be on the cards between Clickair and fellow Catalan low-cost firm Vueling Airlines.Air Nostrum has also been rumoured to factor in a deal, as reports converge to suggest that the Spanish low-cost industry is fighting to protect one of its key assets against competition from foreign industry leaders such as Ryanair and easyJet.Vueling’s largest invetor, Inversiones Hemisferio, claimed that it was in talks with various airlines, prompting reports of a Vueling-Clickair tie-up, but Air Nostrum is already a 20 per cent share-holder in Clickair, making it a likely partner.Clickair and other Spanish low-cost carriers have recently acknowledged the strains of tough competition in the sector.Spanish newspaper El Pais this week claimed that the airline was cutting costs by reducing as many as eight flight routes, with a merger or takeover deal now looking increasingly likely.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedClickair invites passengers to click twiceClickair has launched an online multi-reservation initiative in order to trump point-to-point booking systems.Clickair goes Galician from GatwickClickair has announced a new London Gatwick to Vigo route.Green Travel Hub ‘offsets’ flight bookingsRezhub.com has launched a new Green Travel Hub search facility.