Philipsburg- Winair says to be proud with the successful launch of the CN-Express, a flight operated by Winair in partnership with the Kingdom of the Netherlands to connect St. Maarten, St. Eustatius and Bonaire. The flights will be executed by wet-leased planes from Air Antilles.
The flights between Bonaire and St. Eustatius with onward connection between St. Eustatius and Saba has been made possible through a partnership between Winair and the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The flights will operate Mondays and Fridays connecting St. Maarten, St. Eustatius and Bonaire with direct air service. The flights, according to Winair, will prove to be beneficial for tourism, business development and the employees of RCN.
Winair also relaunched services to Curacao, Santo Domingo and Port-au-Prince utilizing ATR-500/600 aircraft. Winair will now offer daily direct service to Curacao, 5 direct flights per week to Santo Domingo and 2 direct flights per week to Port-au-Prince. According to Winair, the flights will fill the current void and lack of service in these markets.
“These flights will enhance tourism, business development and have offered employment to our people after the devastating effects of hurricanes IRMA and MARIA. Winair thanks their shareholders, its employees, PJIAE, the various Civil Aviation Authorities and most of all our customers by offering safe and dependable air transportation to these vital markets.” stated Mr. M.D. Cleaver, President & CEO of Winair.