InselAir to enhance frequency between Curacao and Paramaribo
Insel Air has announced it will be increasing the frequency of its flights services between Curacao and Paramaribo from October this year. The frequency will be increased to five flights every week from the existing four flights. The flights between the two destinations on enhanced frequency would be operational from October 19, 2013.
InselAir said that with the addition of an extra frequency to its existing schedule, the customers would be offered more flexibility and increased availability of seats on Curacao-Paramaribo route. The airline further stated that with the increased flexibility it wants to serve both the markets even better. The flights on the route will be operated with the help of a 152-seat MD (McDonnell Douglas) aircraft.
Jurgen Lippinkhof, Chief Commercial Officer of InselAir, said that flexible traveling options necessitate the dynamics of both markets. The airline has therefore decided to increase its frequency, with the inclusion of one codeshare flight in cooperation with Suriname Airways to the existing four flight, every week on this route. The addition of a fifth flight will enable the airline to serve its customers and both the markets even better.
InselAir offers two classes on board its flights – Comfort Class and Economy Class. The customers traveling in Comfort Class enjoy extra services on the ground and in-flight on all the flights that are longer than 45 minutes. The Comfor Class is available on the airline’s MD-80 and Fokker-50 aircrafts. The customers traveling in Economy Class are not charged extra fee for baggage, food and beverages. The airline’s multi-lingual crew also provides great service to the customers.