On 1 July, InselAir Aruba launched services from Aruba to Medellin and Santo Domingo. Both services will operate twice-weekly using the airline’s 80-seat F70s.
On 3 July, InselAir launched services from Curacao to Manaus. The 1,957-kilometre sector will be flown twice-weekly on Mondays and Fridays, using the airline’s F70s. The route faces no direct competition.
- InselAir Aruba launched three new services this week, starting on 1 July with the 922-kilometre sector between Aruba (AUA) and Medellin (MDE). The airport pair will be flown twice-weekly on Mondays and Thursdays, facing no direct competition. On the same day, the airline also launched flights from Aruba to Santo Domingo (SDQ). This airport pair will not face any competition, and will also operate twice-weekly, with services on the 658-kilometre sector being flown on Wednesdays and Saturdays. On 3 July, the carrier commenced operations on the 1,957-kilometre sector between Curaçao (CUR) and Manaus (MAO). This twice-weekly service will be flown on Mondays and Fridays, also not facing any incumbent airlines. All three of the new services will be flown using the carrier’s 80-seat F70s.