WILLEMSTAD-Curaçao-based InselAir after having to cancel all flights through Friday worked to transport all affected passengers as quickly and efficiently as possible.
“With the assistance of the management team of St. Maarten airport our maintenance teams are ensuring that InselAir’s aircraft will meet all local and international operating standards, as well as our own high standards of complete safety for our crew and especially our valued customers,” reported management.
“With the help and cooperation of Winair, KLM, Divi Divi and Aruba Airlines, we have been able to confirm transportation for more than 85 per cent of our customers and are working to ensure that every single InselAir customer gets to where they need to go.”
Passengers traveling between Aruba, Curaçao and Bonaire were asked to arrive at the airport at their scheduled time unless otherwise notified by phone or e-mail. Passengers to or from St. Maarten were to be contacted, however, as the flight from St. Maarten to Curaçao was scheduled to operate again on Friday evening.
“Our call centre, ticket offices and airport offices are currently focused on reaching out to all the passengers we have not yet been able to accommodate, so we please ask that you visit our website, flyinselair.com, or follow us on Facebook for the most current information,” the statement concluded.
Bron: Daily Herald