Tuesday 2 June, 2020

WINAIR discontinues some flights due to COVID-19

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WINAIR has adjusted several of its flights in the region due to the coronavirus pandemic.  

The airline has discontinued flights to a number of destinations until further notice.  

They include Aruba and Haiti as of March 17, Bonaire, Curacao, Dominica and San Juan as of March 19 and Santo Domingo as of March 20 

Flights remain unchanged until March 22 for Antigua, Saba, St Eustatius, St Barth, St Kitts, St Maarten and Tortola.  

These destinations will then continue with reduced flights starting from March 23.  

WINAIR says due to the rapidly changing restrictions, the schedule is subject to change.  

It adds that St Kitts, Tortola and Antigua continues to allow flights to and from the United States and Europe, which offers connections as well as options for St Maarten residents to return home to St Maarten.  

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