Surinam Airways (PY, Paramaribo International) resumed flights from Paramaribo International via Georgetown Cheddi Jagan to Miami International on August 7, 2022, a month after they were suspended due to the lack of available wet-leased aircraft.

Flightradar24 ADS-B data shows the first flight was operated by World Atlantic Airlines (WL, Miami International) with an MD-83 while subsequent rotations were operated by Avion Express Malta (4X, Malta International) with different A321-200s. The Maltese carrier has aircraft deployed in the region under a long-term ACMI contract with Sky Cana (RD, Santo Domingo Las Américas) (under the code of Air Century (Y2, Santo Domingo La Isabela)) which leaves some spare capacity for other operations.

The debt-ridden Surinamese flag carrier suspended its remaining routes - to Amsterdam Schiphol and via Georgetown to Miami - in late June and early July 2022, respectively. The transatlantic service restarted on July 20, initially operated by GullivAir (G2, Sofia) with its A330-200 and, since July 24, by Airhub Airlines (RE, Malta International) with an A340-300.

Surinam Airways relies on wet-leased capacity since the repossession of its last B737-700 in mid-2021 and the retirement of a troubled B777-200ER.