Winair increases flights during the summerPOSTED: 06/21/16 12:14 PM
St. Maarten News – Winair will offer an expanded summer schedule this coming season in addition to the regular services to Saba, St. Eustatius, St. Barth, Dominica – Douglas Charles Airport, St. Kitts, Nevis and Tortola.
From June 20, Winair will increase service between St. Maarten and Antigua to daily flights. Winair will also connect St. Kitts and Nevis to Antigua with these daily flights. These flights will be operated with the DHC-6 300 aircraft.
With increased demand for flights to the island of Dominica, combined with a new interline agreement with British Airways, Winair now offers daily services between Antigua and Dominica-Canefield and St. Maarten and Dominica-Canefield to their local/ regional customers as well as their international connecting passengers. These flights will be operated with the DHC-6 300 aircraft.
Due to the decrease of service between San Juan and St. Maarten, Winair and its partner Air Antilles now increased service to four flights a week, using a state of the art ATR 500 series aircraft. Flights will be on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday and the flight time is approximately 60 minutes. For times, more information and bookings visit www.fly-winair.sx
“The San Juan market is important to St. Maarten and as it was being underserved WINAIR and Air Antilles decided to operate this vital service,” Winair’s president and CEO Michael Cleaver stated in a press release.