Surinam Airways is the national airline of Suriname and flies to Brazil, the Caribbean and to Amsterdam in the Netherlands.
Surinam Airways flights
Surinam Airways started flying in 1955 in what was Dutch Guiana with internal flights to Moengo, catering mostly to the bauxite industry. Other routes soon followed as the fledgling airline grew and in 1975 became the national flag carrier when independence from the Netherlands was granted and the country became Suriname. The airline operates Boeing 747 and McDonnell Douglas MD-82 aircraft and currently has flights from the capital of Paramaribo to Amsterdam (Netherlands), Aruba (Lesser Antilles), Belem (Brazil), Port of Spain (Trinidad) and Curacao (Dutch Antilles). Surinam Airlines also flies from Port of Spain to Curacao and Aruba.Surinam Airways operates Boeing 747 and Mc Donnell Douglas MD-83 aircraft
Surinam Airways welcomes you
Surinam Airways is small but that doesn’t stop it keeping the old family ties alive by operating to Amsterdam three times a week from it’s home base in Paramaribo. The airline hails from a part of the world where you always expect a smile and friendly welcome and that warmth comes through from the time you check-in to the time you reach your destination. Being a full service airline in-flight catering is provided as appropriate to your route and time of day so sit back, relax and enjoy the pleasure of the Surinam experience.