Blue Wing Airlines entered into a sales agreement with KLM Royal Dutch Airlines for two ex-KLM cityhopperFokker 70s early January 2014. Blue Wing plans to take delivery of PH-KZV (msn 11556) and PH-WXA (11570) in 2014. KLM Cityhopper Fokker 70 PH-KZV was withdrawn from service at Norwich on January 5, 2014 after arriving as KL1515 from Amsterdam, KLM Cityhopper Fokker 70 PH-WXA was withdrawn from service at Amsterdam in the morning of March 30, 2014 after arriving as KL1486 from Humberside. The aircraft then positioned Amsterdam – Norwich for maintenance early the same afternoon as KL9955 where both aircraft were being prepared for service with Fly All Ways, as a new start up airline subsidiary of Blue Wing Airlines of Suriname.
The Fokker regional jets will be the first jet aircraft for this Surinamese domestic carrier that so far operates a fleet of DHC-6 Twinotters, Cessna 208 Caravans and smaller turboprop aircraft on domestic scheduled and charter flights. These jets will be used to flights to Brazil and the Caribbean region. Operation is expected to start around October 2014.
On 3 April 2008, an Antonov An-28, registration PZ-TSO crashed upon landing at the Lawa Antino Airstrip of Benzdorp in southeastern Suriname. The plane carried 17 passengers and a crew of two; all were killed.
On 15 October 2009, another Antonov An-28, registration PZ-TST, was damaged beyond repair while landing at Kwamelasemoetoe Airstrip close to the Trio Indian village in the south of Suriname on an interior flight from Zorg en Hoop Airport. Fortunately of the 8 persons on-board only one crew-member and 3 passengers were reported slightly injured.