What is your home city/country? How long is the trip to post from there, with what connections? How easy/difficult is it to travel to this city/country?

Midwest, USA- it's about 8 hours. With the advent of the oil boom in Guyana, American Airlines, JetBlue, Eastern Airlines and Caribbean Airlines offer direct service from Georgetown to JFK and Miami. Other common destinations with direct flights departing from Georgetown are Barbados, Cuba, Port of Spain and Panama. - Sep 2020

Northeastern United States. It’s surprisingly difficult to get to most of the United States from here. You can only fly direct from Georgetown to Miami or New York (JFK), and flights generally leave very early in the morning or arrive in the U.S. very late at night, making connections a challenge. Unless you’re going to south Florida or the NYC metro area, expect a minimum 12-hour trip to get anywhere in the United States. Aside from the U.S., the only daily major international flights are to Panama City (Copa), Trinidad (Caribbean Airlines), and Barbados (LIAT). - Aug 2019

USA. It is a 4.5 hour flight to Miami. There are also direct flights to New York. - Sep 2016

Miami. - Apr 2014

Home base is western Colorado. The trip is roughly 24 hours door-to-door. Departing Georgetown, one must usually fly to Port of Spain. At Port of Spain, one has to get off the plane and go back through security. The next leg is from Port of Spain to Miami, then Miami to Denver. - Nov 2013

Washington D.C.. And it takes about six hours to New York City. - May 2012

Orlando, FL.Connenctions: Orlando-Miami-Port of Spain-Georgetown or Orlando-New York-Georgetown. - Mar 2012

Washington DC, 8 hours including layovers through a direct flight from NYC. - Feb 2012

Washington, DC.Trip is 6 hours from JFK, which is the only direct flight to the U.S. (no flights to Miami, except via transfer in Trinidad) - Feb 2010

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