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Haiti - NOTICE : First direct flight St. Maarten-Haiti-St. Maarten
04/06/2017 07:26:59

Haiti - NOTICE : First direct flight St. Maarten-Haiti-St. Maarten
Saturday, Winair, based in St Maarten, launched its first direct flight to Port-au-Prince.

The biweekly flights will take place every Tuesday and Saturday :

The departure of the SXM-PAP route (St Maarten-Port-au-Prince) is at 11:25 a.m. for an arrival at Port-au-Prince at 1:05 p.m.;

The PAP-SXM route (Port-au-Prince-St Maarten) is 2:05 p.m. for an arrival at St Maarten at 3:45 p.m.

An MD-82 aircraft will be used for these routes, thanks to its partnership with PAWA Dominicana, the company has also added Curaçao to its destinations.

The introduction of the Haiti link makes Winair the only airline with a St. Maarten-Haiti-St. Maarten flight. The flights 803 and 804 will connect with Winair’s extensive Caribbean route network to give travellers more options.

"This flight will offer many benefits to our existing and new customers, such as direct service between SXM-PAP-SXM, ability to businesses with need of day trips CUR-SXM-CUR, cargo capacity will be offered on all segments, customers will be afforded excess baggage capabilities, reliable and fast jet service on entire route, introductory fare of US $399 is being offered to mention just a few," declared Winair President and Chief Executive Officer Michael Cleaver.

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