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Suriname, formerly known as Dutch Guiana is a republic in north-eastern South America, bounded on the north by the Atlantic Ocean, on the east by French Guiana, on the south by Brazil, and on the west by Guyana. Also called Surinam, the country has an area of 163,265 sq km (63,037 sq mi).
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20 April 2015

Fly AllWays: status changed back to 'Planned' as airline intends to start this year [update]
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Air Surinam

(2004)Began?

 

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Blue Wing Airlines

2004 - dateActive

 

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Caricom Airways (Caribbean Commuter Airways )

2009 - dateActive

 

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Caricom Airways

Fly AllWays

2014 - dateActive

Fly AllWays started operations in Jul2014

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Gum Air

1971 - dateActive

 

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Inter Tropical Aviation

1987^ - 2001Inactive

 

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Kuyake Aviation

2004^ - 2009Renamed

 

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SIVA International

(2004)Began?

 

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SLM (Surinamse Luchtvracht Maatschappji)

1962 - 1975Renamed

Surinam Airways formed in 1953 with the same name. Started ops on 07Jan1955. Renamed SLM & started on 02Nov1962 with current name after Govt takeover

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SLO (Surinaamse Luchtvracht Onderneming)

1969* - 1973Renamed

SLO was founded in 1969

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Surinam Air Transport

1974 - 1974Inactive

 

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Surinamair >>Surinam Air Transport

Surinam Airways

1975 - dateActive

Surinam Airways formed in 1953 with the same name. Started ops on 07Jan1955. Renamed SLM & started on 02Nov1962 with current name after Govt takeover

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Surinam Airways >SLM >Surinam Airways

Surinamair (Surinam Air Cargo)

1971* - 1974Renamed

Surinamair was founded in 1969

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Surinamair >>Surinam Air Transport

Suriname International Victory Airline

(2005)Began?

 

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