Western Air

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This article is about the Bahamas-based airline. For the defunct California-based airline that operated between 1925 and 1987, see Western Airlines. For the defunct Washington state-based airline that operated in 2007, see Western (airline).
Western Air
IATA
WT
ICAO
WST
Callsign
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Founded 2001
Fleet size 15
Destinations 9
Headquarters San Andros Airport, Andros Island
Website http://www.westernairbahamas.com/

Western Air Limited is the largest privately owned airline in the Bahamas. Western Air has its headquarters on the grounds of San Andros Airport in Andros Island, Bahamas.[1] The airline was established in 2001 by husband and wife team, Rex J. Rolle and Shandrice Woodside- Rolle. Currently, Mr. & Mrs. Rolle serve as President & CEO and COO respectively. Their daughter Rexy Rolle serves as Vice President of Operations.

Destinations[edit]

Western Air offers daily flights between Nassau and San Andros, Congo Town, Bimini, Abaco and Freeport on Grand Bahama. It also operates corporate and touristic charters throughout The Bahamas, the Caribbean, (including Haiti and Cuba), as well as South America.

Fleet[edit]

Western Air Fairchild SA-227AC Metro III

As of November 2009 the Western Air fleet includes:[citation needed]

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