Curacao flag carrier, InselAir has added two new flights out of Georgetown as it moves to increase its frequency and capacity from Georgetown to Aruba and Curacao.
Earlier this month, the carrier added a flight from Georgetown to Curacao on Mondays and to Aruba on Tuesdays.
The move has resulted in six flights per week out of Georgetown into Insel Air’s two hubs.
According to the airline, the additional flights will improve the connectivity from Georgetown to popular destinations in InselAir’s network, including Bonaire, St. Maarten, Manaus, Santo Domingo, Miami, Jamaica, Havana and to Venezuelan destinations such as Barquisimeto, Valencia, Caracas and Maracaibo.
From Georgetown to Curacao and Aruba, InselAir offers return fares from as low as USD $233.
“InselAir provides a seamless connection to the aforementioned destinations with attractive ticket fares,” the airline said in a statement.
Passengers can also book “dual-destinations”, which could give them the opportunity, at no extra charge, to stay and explore a destination before continuing to their final destination.
Since 2006, InselAir has grown to be one of the leading airlines in providing international flexible connectivity to North and South America as well as the Caribbean region.
It boasts of being the largest Caribbean-based airline and expects to carry 1.4 million passengers this year (2015).
The company currently employs around 650 people across its network and offers approximately 55 daily flights to 24 destinations. Two new destinations are expected to be added by this year-end.