Martinair destinations

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A now retired Martinair Boeing 767-300ER passenger aircraft

Martinair operated passenger services to these destinations at closure of all passengers services on 29 October 2011.

Destinations at closure[edit]

Americas[edit]

Aruba
Colombia
Guatemala
Cuba
Curaçao
Dominican Republic
Mexico

Europe[edit]

Netherlands

Terminated destinations before closure[edit]

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Africa
  • Egypt − Hurghada,[6] Luxor,[6] Sharm el Sheikh [6]
  • Kenya − Mombasa [7]
  • Morocco − Agadir [8]
  • Tanzania − Zanzibar [6]
  • Tunisia − Djerba,[6] Monastir [6]
Americas
  • Aruba - Oranjestad
  • Bahamas − Freeport
  • Barbados − Bridgetown [3]
  • Bonaire − Kralendijk
  • Canada − Calgary,[9] Edmonton,[9] Toronto,[9] Vancouver [9]
  • Costa Rica − San Jose [9]
  • Cuba − Ciego de Avila, Holguin,[3] Varadero [10]
  • Curaçao - Willemstad [3]
  • Dominican Republic − Puerto Plata,[3] Santo Domingo,[3] Punta Cana [3]
  • Jamaica − Montego Bay [3]
  • Puerto Rico − San Juan [3]
  • Suriname − Paramaribo [3]
  • Trinidad and Tobago − Scarborough [3]
  • United States − Baltimore, Denver, Detroit, Ft. Lauderdale, Los Angeles, Miami,[9] Minneapolis/St. Paul, Newark, Oakland, Orlando,[11] Seattle, Tampa
  • Venezuela − Barcelona, Porlamar [3]
Asia
  • Indonesia − Denpasar/Bali
  • Malaysia − Penang
  • Maldives − Male [6]
  • Oman − Muscat [3]
  • Sri Lanka − Colombo [3]
  • Thailand − Bangkok,[3] Phuket [3]
Europe
  • Belgium − Brussels [5]
  • Croatia − Pula [5]
  • Denmark − Billund [5]
  • Finland − Helsinki
  • Greece − Chios,[5] Corfu,[5] Heraklion,[5] Karpathos,[5] Kavala,[5] Kos,[5] Mytilini,[5] Preveza,[5] Rhodes,[5] Samos,[5] Skiathos,[5] Zakynthos [5]
  • Italy − Catania,[5] Lemezia Terme,[5] Rimini [5]
  • Netherlands − Eindhoven,[5] Rotterdam [5]
  • Poland − Warsaw
  • Portugal − Faro [6]
  • Spain − Arrecife/Lanzarote,[5] Barcelona,[5] Fuerteventura,[5] Girona, Ibiza,[5] Santa Cruz de La Palma,[5] Las Palmas de Gran Canaria,[5] Malaga,[5] Palma de Mallorca,[5] Mahon/Menorca,[5] Tenerife-South [5]
  • Turkey − Antalya,[6] Bodrum,[6] Dalaman,[6] Izmir [6]
  • United Kingdom − Manchester, Newcastle

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Martinair to Aruba (in Dutch)
  2. ^ KLM to take over Havana from MP
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q Some MP passenger and cargo routes served in 2011 and before
  4. ^ Martinair celebrates 17 years in Cancun
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae PDF map listing MP destinations in 2007
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l MP 2007 map showing various destinations
  7. ^ Martinair seasonal service to Mombasa
  8. ^ website listing flights to Agadir
  9. ^ a b c d e f Martinair North American routes
  10. ^ Martinair ending Varadero
  11. ^ Martinair resume Orlando