Airport Road, October 16, 2015 – WINAIR is excited to announce that we will further enhance and increase our winter 2015/2016 schedule. WINAIR will increase frequency of flights to St. Kitts, Nevis and Tortola, and add new destinations San Juan and Antigua to our route network!
In our winter 2015/2016 schedule WINAIR has ensured optimal connection times to all our code-share and interline partners Air France,KLM, Air Caraibes, Cors Air, United, Liat, Copa, Pawa, Caribbean Airlines, Insel Air, Etc.
And as part of our commitment to provide scheduled and charter services WINAIR is pleased to have acquired a 5th DHC 6-300 aircraft, which will expand our fleet and charter business within the north-eastern Caribbean. With this WINAIR is ensuring safety, comfort and increased availability for charters.
Commencing October 25, 2015 WINAIR will resume its daily operation to Tortola and effective December 15, 2015 increase flights to Tortola, by adding a midday flight, 6 frequencies per week, which are timed to connect to our partners, ensuring connectivity for our customers.
St. Kitts / Nevis.
Commencing November 30, 2015 to increase seat capacity WINAIR will split the combined flights to St. Kitts and Nevis to direct flights. These flights will operate 5 times weekly and for the remaining 2 days will be combined flights. In conjunction with this commencing December 11, 2015, WINAIR will add a daily midday frequency from St. Maarten to St. Kitts and Nevis to enhance connections to Air France and our other interline partners.
San Juan, Puerto Rico.
November 28, 2015 WINAIR and our partner Air Antilles will commence service to San Juan, Puerto Rico utilizing ATR 500 aircraft. The flights will depart St. Maarten to San Juan at 11.30am and San Juan to St. Maarten at 2.30pm. This offers convenient connections to WINAIR’s route network.
December 15, 2015 WINAIR will add Antigua to our destinations with a daily service, 7 days a week. Flights will depart St. Maarten to Antigua at 7.30am and Antigua to St. Maarten at 9.45am, offering convenient connections to WINAIR’s route network.
This hurricane season Dominica suffered from Tropical Storm/ Hurricane Erika. Douglas Charles Airport sustained serious facility damage. In a successful effort to help accommodate and support the people of Dominica WINAIR was able to offer service to Dominica’s Canefield Airport with our DHC 6-300 Twin otter aircraft. This service is scheduled until October 25, 2015.
Dominica has worked relentlessly to repair damage to Douglas Charles Airport as quick as possible and WINAIR is happy to return there utilizing ATR 500 aircraft as of October 3, 2015 2x weekly on Wednesday’s and Saturday’s.
Commencing November 8, 2015 WINAIR will resume the normal schedule (4x weekly; Mo,We,Sa,Su)