Winair

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This article is about the Netherlands Antilles airline. For the former United States charter airline, see WinAir Airlines.
Winair
Logo Winair.jpg
IATA
WM
ICAO
WIA
Callsign
WINDWARD
Founded 1961[1]
Commenced operations July 5, 1962[1]
Hubs Princess Juliana International Airport
Fleet size 7
Destinations 11
Company slogan The dependable airline of the Caribbean
Headquarters

Princess Juliana International Airport,

Sint Maarten
Key people Michael Cleaver (CEO)
Website http://www.fly-winair.sx

Winair, an abbreviation of Windward Islands Airways, is a government-owned airline based in Sint Maarten. Founded in 1961 by Georges Greaux, It has a fleet of four aircraft serving ten destinations, all within the Leeward Islands group of the Lesser Antilles in the North East Caribbean. It has its headquarters on the grounds of Princess Juliana International Airport.[2]

Agreements[edit]

Winair has interline agreements with the following airlines:[3]

Destinations[edit]

Winair operates services to the following scheduled destinations:[4]

City Country Airport Notes
The Valley Anguilla Anguilla Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport
Marigot Dominica Dominica Melville Hall Airport Operated by Air Antilles Express
Charlestown Saint Kitts and Nevis Nevis Vance W. Amory International Airport
The Bottom Netherlands Saba Juancho E. Yrausquin Airport
Gustavia Saint Barthélemy Saint-Barthélemy Gustaf III Airport
Basseterre Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Kitts Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport
Oranjestad Netherlands Sint Eustatius F.D. Roosevelt Airport
Philipsburg Sint Maarten Sint Maarten Princess Juliana International Airport Hub
Road Town British Virgin Islands Tortola Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport
San Juan Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport
Pointe-à-Pitre Guadeloupe Guadeloupe Pointe-à-Pitre International Airport

Fleet[edit]

A Winair Twin Otter

The Winair fleet consists of the following aircraft:[5]

Aircraft In service Passengers Notes
DHC-6 Twin Otter 300 5 19
ATR 42-500 1 48 Wet-leased From Air Antilles Express
ATR 42-600 1 48 Wet-leased From Air Antilles Express
Total 7


Retired[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Norwood, Tom; Wegg, John (2002). North American Airlines Handbook (3rd ed.). Sandpoint, ID: Airways International. ISBN 0-9653993-8-9. 
  2. ^ "Directory: World Airlines." Flight International. 30 March – 5 April 2004. 96.
  3. ^ http://www.fly-winair.sx/airline-partners.html
  4. ^ http://www.fly-winair.sx/destinations.html
  5. ^ http://www.pilotcareercentre.com/Air-Carrier-PCC-Profile/599/Dutch+Antilles

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