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Winair to increase flights among ABC Islands, Santo Domingo & Haiti

Unread post by bimjim » Thu Mar 14, 2019

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Winair to increase flights among ABC Islands, Santo Domingo & Haiti
March 13, 2019


After a successful introduction of flights between St. Maarten and the three ABC (Ed Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao) islands in 2018, WINAIR became the only airline that connects all Caribbean islands of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the airline said in a press statement on Wednesday.

Commencing April 15 WINAIR will increase flights to and between Aruba, Curacao and Bonaire, with additional services to Santo Domingo and Haiti from Curacao.

WINAIR will increase its daily service between Aruba and Curacao, five flights per week between Bonaire and Curacao. This increase opens daily day trip options for Aruba and Curacao as well as day trip connectivity for Bonaire and Curacao five times a week.

WINAIR will offer three direct flights from Curacao to Santo Domingo and two direct flights to Haiti per week. This will offer convenient connection to these destinations for Aruba and Bonaire as well.

“Thanks to the dedication of WINAIR’s staff we have been able to provide reliable and stable service to all our destinations, WINAIR is very grateful for the confidence our customers have shown. We hope to serve our customers even better and provide more convenience with these additional flights and frequencies. Please visit your favorite travel agency or check fly-winair.sx online for bookings and more information,” the WINAIR press statement concludes.

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