AOAG saddens by passing of Malcolm Chan-a-Sue

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Dear Editor

The Aircraft Owners’ Association of Guyana (AOAG) is deeply saddened by the untimely death of Captain Malcolm Chan-a-Sue, resulting from a road accident. Our condolences go out to his wife, Margaret, his children, grandchildren and immediate family. His passing is a huge loss to the aviation industry of Guyana.

Captain Chan-a-Sue’s contribution to the development and progress of aviation in Guyana is second to none and truly immeasurable.

He was the Chief pilot of Guyana Airways Corporation, Operations Manager of Guyana Airways Corporation, and Director of Operations Guyana Air 2000.

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He is the co- founder and for many years managed the Art Williams and Harry Wendt Aeronautical Engineering School at Ogle.

He played a major part in the growth and development of what is today the ‘Eugene F Correia International Airport at Ogle and continued as an active consultant to the airport at the time of his death.

He will remain long in the memory of the numerous pilots, flying today whom he trained and tutored, and all of us in aviation, who have benefited from his advice and wisdom.

Regards
Aircraft Owners Association of Guyana



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