Winair offers more connectivity between all Dutch Caribbean Islands
Simpson Bay, November 08, 2023 – WINAIR is pleased to announce that it will be increasing its flights to and between St. Maarten, Aruba, Curacao and Bonaire, effective November 15, 2023. To celebrate this WINAIR will offer great promotional fares on these routes, with one-way fares starting from $69.00 between Curacao and Bonaire.
Increased Flight Frequency
After a successful introduction of flights with its own ATR-500 between Sint Maarten and the three ABC islands in July 2023 and the arrival of the second ATR-500 which is scheduled to start service November 15, 2023, WINAIR will now offer:
- Daily flights between Sint Maarten and Curacao
- Four flights a week between Sint Maarten/Curacao and Aruba every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
- Three flights a week between Sint Maarten/Curacao and Bonaire every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday
This increased frequency of flights will provide customers with more convenient and flexible travel options between the Dutch Caribbean islands, including St. Eustatius and Saba via St. Maarten and connect seamlessly with the international network of our partners.
To celebrate this event WINAIR is also offering great promotional fares on flights to and between St. Maarten, Aruba, Curacao and Bonaire:
|Route||One-Way Fare||Round-Trip Fare|
|SXM – CUR||US$119.00||US$229.00|
|SXM – AUA||US$199.00||US$299.00|
|SXM – BON||US$199.00||US$299.00|
|CUR – BON||US$69.00||US$129.00|
|CUR – AUA||US$79.00||US$139.00|
These fares include taxes/ fees and will be available for booking now until December 31, 2023 and travel until March 30, 2024, limited seats available. To book the special promotional fares, please visit Winair.sx.
“We are excited to increase our flight frequency to and between Aruba, Curacao and Bonaire, and to offer our customers great promotional fares on these routes,” said Hans van de Velde, CEO of WINAIR. “This increase in service and our promotional fares reflect our commitment to making travel between the six Dutch Caribbean islands more convenient, affordable, and enjoyable for everyone.”