As airlines across the region and the world begin to resume limited operation, WINAIR restarted commercial flights on Saturday, July 04, 2020.
“Implementing a limited operating schedule, our first commercial flight operated from St Maarten to Curacao and Aruba,” WINAIR stated in a press release on July 5, 2020, adding that it will operate scheduled flights to St Barth, Antigua, Curacao and Aruba.
For further information on flight schedule and bookings, persons are asked to visit its website fly-winair.sx. Its reservations department is open to accept inquires by phone or persons can visit its sales office at #69 Airport Road or contact their favourite travel agency.
WINAIR said it will reopen additional destinations from St Maarten when individual island partners reopen to commercial air traffic.
“The effects of COVID-19 have affected St Maarten and the world in numerous ways. WINAIR has implemented safety protocols to ensure we offer safe, reliable, consistent services to protect our customers and who are anxious to travel once again. The protection of customers and our employees remain paramount moving forward in the new normal of COVID-19.”
WINAIR has also advised its customers to review St Maarten's COVID website and the websites of the country they will travel to ensure they comply with required protocols for entry and reentry into desired destinations.
“This achievement would not have been possible without close cooperation and collaboration with our partner's in St. Maarten and the region, WINAIR's dedicated team of employees in St Maarten who have been always on the front lines to provide relief flights, repatriation flights and emergency flights. WINAIR looks forward to expanding our services from St Maarten when it is appropriate to do so.”
WINAIR said it may operate charter flights throughout the region with proper authorisations and persons may direct any charter requests to WINAIR's reservations department.
“We thank our customers for their support in the past and we look forward to serving you again in the future,”WINAIR stated in their press release.