Divi Divi Air is a regional carrier based in Curaçao. Curaçao is a Lesser Antilles Island in the southern Caribbean Sea in the Dutch Caribbean region, around 40 miles off the coast of Venezuela. Divi Divi Air, sometimes called "Divi" is named after the Divi-divi tree, which grows in the region. Divi Divi Air was founded in 2001 and has been ferrying people from Curaçao to Bonaire ever since. Recently, Divi Divi Air has expanded to include flights to and from Aruba to both Curaçao and Bonaire. The locals on the islands characterise the airline by its small scale, personal attention and particularly high punctuality. Divi Divi Air currently has 16 daily scheduled flights between the islands.
Divi Divi Air has a different baggage policy for carry-on and checked baggage policy.
One piece of carry-on baggage, the total weight of 3 kg (6.5 pounds), is allowed with each passenger. Standard size restrictions apply (10" x 10" x 14" or 25 x 25 x 35 cm).
Divi Divi Air ticket fare includes the cost of transporting a certain amount of baggage. The free baggage allowance is 18 kg (39 pounds) per passenger per seat and varies according to the availability of space onboard our aircraft. Your checked baggage may not exceed the weight and following dimensions, (length x width x height) 45″ x 15″ x 25″ or 115 x 40 x 65 cm per checked piece of baggage, otherwise a flat rate will be charged.
Divi Divi Air passengers must check in at the airport as the airline doesn't offer an online check in service.
This airline does not currently offer its passengers the ability to check-in online.
Passengers must arrive at the airport in plenty of time and visit the Divi Divi Air check-in counter. The deadline to check-in is 60 minutes before your flight is scheduled to depart.
As of June 2020, Divi Divi Air flies to three destinations to nearby islands.
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Hato International airport or Curaçao International Airport is situated in Willemstad, Curaçao.It has services to the Caribbean region, South America, North America and Europe. Hato Airport is a fairly large facility, with the third longest commercial runway in the Caribbean. The airport is a main base for Insel Air and Divi Divi Air.The runway is 3400 meters long and 60 meters wide, suitable for all types of aircraft. The airport is located on the north coast of Curaçao, 12 kilometers from Willemstad.
Other airlines that fly to and from Curaçao International Airport include LASER Airlines, Jetair Caribbean, Albatros Airlines Aruba Airlines, Aserca, Avior Airlines, Condor, Fly All Ways, Sunrise Airways, Sky High Aviation Services, Surinam airways and Winair.
25th June 2018
Divi Divi Air -New Route Curaçao–Aruba–Curaçao
Divi Divi Air has recently commenced daily flights between Curaçao and Aruba. The flight took place from Hato International Airport. The event included speeches by the Minister of Traffic, Transportation and Urban Planning, Zita Jesus-Leito, Minister of Economic Development Dr. Steven Martina, Divi Divi Air CEO Mrs. Germaine Richie-Durand and Curaçao Airport Partners Director Marketing Air Service & Tourism, Ms. Peggy Croes.
Divi Divi Air already connectsCuraçao and Bonaire. This new route will positively impact air connectivity among the ABC islands and use a Twin Otter with a capacity of 19 seats.