WINAIR extends its air fleet to accommodate travellers | THE DAILY HERALD

WINAIR’s new DHC-300 Aircraft PJ-WIP

SIMPSON BAY–Windward Islands Airways International WINAIR received its fourth DHC-300 Aircraft PJ-WIP to accommodate increased passenger demand for the upcoming season.

  WINAIR CEO Michael Cleaver said this additional aircraft will allow WINAIR to continue its recovery after the COVID-19 pandemic as customer demand begins to return to the region.

  WINAIR will offer 32 daily round-trip flights from Princess Juliana International Airport, of which 18-22 daily flights will be offered between St. Maarten and St. Barths.

  Service to Saba, St. Eustatius, Tortola and Antigua will be increased, Cleaver said. WINAIR also offers on-demand charter flights in the region.

Source: The Daily Herald


  1. Both governments of the Netherlands and St. Maarten are trying to kill the ferry before it has even started.
    And suddenly winair announced that they will do the extra flights to Statia and Saba as was arranged at the loan of millions. All these months they did nothing. And now they have money for extra planes?
    What an enormous corrupt company.
    Let them crash, virtually!