MARIGOT–Air France and KLM are to increase their flight schedules to St. Maarten, Princess Juliana International Airport (PJIA), as of October 28.
PJIA will be served by Air France to and from Paris-Charles de Gaulle five times a week, on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, by Airbus A330-200 with 208 seats (40 seats in Business Class, 21 in Premium Economy, and 147 in Economy.)
Air France will continue is daily service to Grand Case Esperance Airport (SFG) from Paris Orly (ORY) via Pointe-à- Pitre (PTP) in partnership with Air Antilles between Pointe-à- Pitre and Grand Case.
KLM will serve PJIA to and from Amsterdam Schiphol three times a week, on Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday, by Airbus A330 with 268 seats (18 seats Business Class and 250 in Economy).
Also St. Barths (SBH) will be served in partnership with Winair as a connection from all Air France and KLM flights to and from PJIA and daily via Pointe-à-Pitre in partnership with Air Antilles.
“This is a major decision for St. Martin and is in line with the economic and tourism recovery of the territory, and I am very satisfied with this announcement,” President of the Collectivité Daniel Gibbs said on Monday. “I thank Air France/KLM for hearing our request. It is very good news. By this decision Air France/KLM provides us with a strong and necessary support.”