Insel air is keen to upgrade its standards and reach at par with other airlines serving the industry. The national carrier of Curacao in line with this philosophy just recently completed its first heavy maintenance (C-Check). It invested huge amounts in this project.
The airline like any other carrier in the world is serious about expansion. It has some good plans for itself. It expects to increase its existing fleet and add seven new aircrafts to the family. It hopes to add these planes between November 2013 and July 2014.
The carrier launched service in August 2006 between Curacao and Aruba with Embraer 110-P1 Bandeirante. Soon afterwards, it commenced flights to other destinations in the Americas. People of the tiny island nation can book Insel Air tickets to fly to various destinations.
At present, it operates flights to cities including Oranjestad, Kralendijk, Medellin, Barranquilla, Willemstad, Santo Domingo, Punta Cana, Port-au-Prince, Kingston, Miami, Charlotte, Orlando, San Juan, and Caracas. These cities are located in Aruba, Bonaire, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Haiti, United States, Puerto Rico, and Venezuela.
Currently, it has signed code share agreements with KLM en Surinam Airways. It also has sealed has interline deals with U.S. Airways, Winair, GOL, Avianca, Blue Panorama, Hahn Air, and Air France.
It operates out of its hubs at Hato International Airport, Flamingo International Airport, Princess Juliana International Airport, and Queen Beatrix International Airport.