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InselAir announces new service from Curacao and Aruba to Georgetown, Guyana
Published on May 7, 2014 Email To Friend    Print Version

WILLEMSTAD, Curacao -- InselAir will start operating two flights per week from Curacao and Aruba to Georgetown, Guyana, as of June 18, 2014. Tickets to this new destination can be purchased at any InselAir ticket office, at Cpost in Punda and Otrabanda (Curacao) and at local travel agents.

With Georgetown added to its network, InselAir will serve 19 destinations from Curacao and 4 destinations from Aruba. All flights will be operated by a MD-80 type of aircraft.

Multihub network

“With Georgetown added, InselAir will offer its passengers 19 destinations from its hub on Curacao and 4 destinations from its hub on Aruba. Due to frequent flights between these two islands, all InselAir destinations are easily accessible for everyone traveling through our hubs,” explained Jurgen Lippinkhof, chief commercial officer of InselAir.

“From Aruba, InselAir will operate two non-stop flights per week to Georgetown. Passengers coming from Curacao will have, through Aruba, easy access to Georgetown with a minimal transfer time,” he added.
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