WINAIR extends its air fleet to accommodate travellers

WINAIR extends its air fleet  to accommodate travellers

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.