Passengers can take along 80 pounds of luggage in two suitcases.
PHILIPSBURG:— The Suriname based airline Fly Allways is providing service within the Caribbean region where other air service providers are missing or not performing to the needs of travelers. The airline which operates a fleet of Fokker 70 Jet aircraft with 80 seats is now operating the Suriname-Guyana-Barbados routes and is expected to extend their network with Antigua, Dominican Republic and most likely St. Maarten with 2x per week.
Fly Allways official, Erik Kuiper said to SMN News that for St. Maarten they are trying out to see if there is a need to fulfill between St. Maarten and Guyana. So they are having a try out with a free flow charter on December 21st 2016 with a short stopover on Barbados and continuing to Guyana, and since Fly Always are family minded, they understand that especially during the Christmas season travelers and family members love to pamper and surprise family members with gifts and presents. Thus the airline have decided to expand the 50 pounds luggage to 80 pounds luggage during the charter.
The extra luggage is on both ends which also gives the travelers the opportunity to take back the things they love with them.
On the flight back on January 3th passengers will be granted the extra incentive of free luggage up to 80 pounds in two suitcases. Passengers should keep in mind not to put more 40 pound per suitcase, and also not more than 2 pieces. There a regulated maximum weights for airport handlers. Otherwise the luggage will be rejected. Fly Always is still a very young airline, just started in the first semester of 2016. And like said earlier, the new company want to be there for the people, so that’s why they are asking the people to use this chartered flight and enjoy the experience. Do tell your friend and families about Fly Always so they too can benefit and save on the overhead of costs by paying more for luggage.
Passengers can book their ticket online at www.flyalways.com or from Juliana Handlers at the Princess Juliana International Airport.
Source: St. Martin News Network
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