|Commenced operations||July 5, 1962|
|Hubs||Princess Juliana International Airport|
|Company slogan||The dependable airline of the Caribbean|
|Key people||Michael Cleaver (CEO)|
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 seven 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.
Winair has interline agreements with the following airlines:
- Air Caraibes
- Air France
- Corsair International
- British Airways
- Virgin Atlantic
- Insel Air
- Copa Airlines
- Caribbean Airlines
- Air Antilles Express
Winair operates services to the following scheduled destinations:
The Winair fleet consists of the following aircraft:
|DHC-6 Twin Otter 300||4||1||19|
|ATR 42-500||1||48||Wet-leased From Air Antilles Express|
|ATR 42-600||1||48||Wet-leased From Air Antilles Express|
Partnership with Domino's
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