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Winair, which is an abbreviation of Windward Islands Airways, is an airline based in Sint Maarten in the Caribbean. Winair serves flights within the Leeward Islands group of the Lesser Antilles in the North East Caribbean and has its headquarters at the Princess Juliana International Airport.
Winair flies to many destinations including St. John's, Marigot, Charlestown, The Bottom, Gustavia, Basseterre, Oranjestad, Road Town, San Juan and Pointe-a-Pitre. Winair has interline agreements with Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, Air Caraibes, Air France, KLM, Corsair International, British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Insel Air, Copa Airlines, Caribbean Airlines and Air Antilles Express.
The free baggage allowance applicable to an adult passenger and children whose fare is at least 50% of the adult fare will be one piece at no more than 23 kilos or 50 pounds. Infants are allowed one piece at 10 kilo's of free baggage allowance. VIP Plus Service is for passengers with high standards in comfort, discretion and time management – regardless of their airline or booking class.
Winair Route Map
Winair Popular Routes
Saint Martin Marigot
Oranjestad Saint Martin
San Juan Saint Martin
Basseterre Saint Martin
The Bottom Saint Martin
Saint Martin Marigot
Winair's fleet includes DHC-6 Twin Otter 300, ATR 42-500 and ATR 42-600.
Winair Hub Airport
This airport serves Saint Maarten and is the hub airport for Winair. It has one runaway. This airport has many airlines which fly to and from it including Air Antilles Express, Air Canada Rouge, Air Caraibes, Air France, Air Transat, Insel Air, Tiara Air, Sunwing Airlines, Winair, Anguilla Air Services and WestJet.
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15th May 2018
Winair launch new routes to Aruba and Bonaire
Starting July 2018, Winair will fly two new nonstop services out of Curaçao International Airport (CUR).
The first will be a service to Aruba that will operate three times a week. The journey is expected to take 35 minutes. The second service will fly to Bonaire and will operate 4 times a week. The journey will take an estimated 25 minutes. Both services will carry passenger on the ATR42 aircraft.
15th February 2018
Winair expands in the Caribbean
St Maarten-based Winair is planning a massive expansion to its flight network towards the end of this month. Winair will be launching direct services to international destinations Curacao, Santo Domingo and Haiti beginning Feb. 26. The expanded network will include daily service to Curacao, five flights per week to Santo Domingo and two flights each week to Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Winair will be operating the flights on ATR-42 aircraft with 48 seats, in partnership with the carrier’s alliance partner, Air Antilles. “In keeping with Winair’s tradition of providing safe, reliable transportation we are very pleased to recommence service to these destinations,” said Michael Cleaver, CEO of Winair. “Winair looks forward to the continued support of the shareholders, employees and most importantly our customers with these new services. This positive development fills a much needed void in air connectivity and will also provide additional employment to St. Maarteners in these trying times.”
7th Jnauary 2018
St Maarten's Winair new route to Haiti
Regional Caribbean air carrier Winair has launched a brand-new service to Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The new service between St Maarten and Haiti will begin operations by Sunrise Airways on Airbus A320 aircraft. While Sunrise is operating the flight, all seats are sold and marketed by Winair, according to the company. The flights will include 138 economy seats and 12 business class seats, with flights operating on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The flights will leaveHaiti at 8:15 AM and return from St Maarten at 12 PM.
10th October 2017
St Maarten airport to reopen next week
Minister of tourism and economic affairs, Mellissa Arrindell-Doncher, announced on Wednesday that Princess Juliana International Airport (PJIA/SXM) in St Maarten will reopen to accept all commercial flights as of October 10, 2017.
“We will be back in business,” the minister said.
The symbolism of the date was also important to the minister, marking seven years since St Maarten obtained its new constitutional status.
The airport, the minister explained, was given time following hurricanes Irma and Maria to get back to a suitable operational level that falls within international safety standards. Find out more about the relationship between air travel and hurricanes with our page on flying through storms and hurricanes. She re-iterated that the damage to PJIA was severe and no quick fix could have been applied.
“Even as we open our airport, we are still months away from restoring PJIA to its former glory,” she said.
However, the minister continued, “Acting CEO of PJIA Michel Hyman assisted by head of the Civil Aviation Department Lou Halley and his team, has done a terrific job in getting the airport to a point where we can open for business. I cannot praise these folks and their resilience enough in getting PJIA back up and running. Thank you.”
The minister explained that while the airport is opening, there will be some changes in terms of passenger movement and security within the terminal building to allow for repairs to the building to continue. She said Hyman and airport management will ensure that passengers are in a safe environment at all times.
6th September 2017
Winair suspendes services due to Hurricane Irma
AIRPORT—Winair announced on Monday that due to the imminent passing of Hurricane Irma in the area, all service is suspended this Tuesday, September 5and Wednesday, September 6. The airline hopes to restart limited services Thursday September 7depending on the post Irma conditions. With the unpredictability of Hurricane Irma, Winair will relocate their Twin Otter aircraft to a more secure and safe area in the Southern Caribbean. Affected passengers are presently being contacted for re-accommodation by the reservations department. A storm policy is in effect and customers will be rebooked at no additional cost.
Winair apologised for the inconvenience and asked understanding that these weather conditions are beyond their control. The operations of Twin Otter flights to destinations Saba, St. Eustatius, St. Barth, Canefield – Dominica, Antigua, Tortola, St. Kitts and Nevis, in addition to the flights to Douglas-Charles – Dominica, Guadeloupe, San Juan, Curacao and Haiti, will resume once it is safe to do so.