Culebra Air Services

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Culebra Air Services
last logo of Air Culebra
Founded 1998
Commenced operations 1998
Destinations Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport
Culebra, Puerto Rico
Headquarters Culebra, Puerto Rico

Culebra Air Services, established in 1998 as Air Culebra, is a small Puerto Rican airline company that operates out of the island of Culebra, in Puerto Rico, and the Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport, in San Juan. As of 2015, the airline is owned by pilot, captain Matthew Mulvey.[1]


Using small[according to whom?] propeller engine airplanes, the airline flies charter flights all around the Caribbean, and to The Bahamas as well. From The Bahamas, it flies to the eastern part of the United States. Culebra Air Services also performs regularly scheduled passenger seat's airline duties with flights between Culebra, San Juan, Vieques and, formerly, to Fajardo, all in Puerto Rico.

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