Winair increases their flights to ABC islands | THE DAILY HERALD

Winair aircraft (File photo)

PHILIPSBURG–Local airline Winair announced on Tuesday that after a successful introduction of flights between St. Maarten and the three ABC islands Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao in 2018, Winair became the only airline that connects all Caribbean islands of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

Winair will increase flights to and between Aruba, Curaçao and Bonaire commencing April 15, with additional services to Santo Domingo and Haiti from Curaçao. Winair will increase to daily service between Aruba and Curaçao, and five flights per week between Bonaire and Curaçao.

“This increase opens daily day-trip options for Aruba and Curaçao as well as day-trip connectivity for Bonaire and Curaçao five times a week. Winair will offer three direct flights from Curaçao to Santo Domingo and two direct flights to Haiti per week. This will offer convenient connection to these destinations for Aruba and Bonaire as well,” stated Winair.

“Thanks to the dedication of Winair’s staff we have been able to provide reliable and stable service to all our destinations, Winair is very grateful for the confidence our customers have shown. We hope to serve our customers even better and provide more convenience with these additional flights and frequencies. Please visit your favourite travel agency or check online for bookings and more information.”

Source: The Daily Herald


  1. And now they stopped it. Winair almost broke? Anyhow, these kind of messages usually mean that maintenance is less good than it should be. I hope there won’t be a loss of lifes, due to this Winair elected decision.