PHILIPSBURG–Winair announced this week that direct service to Curaçao, Santo Domingo, and Haiti will commence on February 26.
“We will offer daily service to Curaçao, five flights per week to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, two flights a week to Port-au-Prince, Haiti,” the airline stated in a press release.
These services will be available to the public using a state-of-the-art ATR 42 with a capacity of 48 passengers. These flights are in partnership with the airline’s alliance partner Air Antilles and all flights will originate and terminate in St. Maarten.
“With the current state of regional air travel Winair is proud to assist the traveling public by providing air connectivity to these vital destinations,” stated the airline.
“In keeping with Winair’s tradition of providing safe, reliable transportation they are very pleased to recommence service to these destinations. Winair looks forward to the continued support of the shareholders, employees and, most importantly, their customers with these new services.
“This positive development fills a much-needed void in air connectivity and will also provide additional employment to St. Maarteners in these trying times,” said Winair Chief Executive Officer and President Michael Cleaver.