Air transport: Air Caraïbes sets up a 3rd weekly flight between Paris and Saint-Martin!


On the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the line, the airline company Air Caraïbes sets up a third flight per week between Paris and Saint-Martin!

From October 20, 2019, Air Caraïbes will offer a third frequency between Paris-Orly and Sint Maarten-Princess Juliana airport, operated by Airbus A330-200 that can accommodate 12 passengers in Madras Business Class, 24 in Premium Caribbean and 267 in Economy Sun.

Air Caraïbes will then offer up to three flights per week Tuesday, Friday and Sunday with departures at 11:25 a.m. (arrival at 14:15 p.m.) and returns from Saint-Martin at 19:30 p.m. (arrival the next day at 8:50 a.m.). Air Caraïbes is competing on this axis with Air France from CDG (it will “replace” Joon on June 28).

The airline company celebrates this year the 10th anniversary of the transatlantic line to Saint-Martin, inaugurated on December 12, 2009. It also offers daily connections to the island via its regional network, between Guadeloupe and Grand-Case airport. l'Espérance, located in the French part. Thanks to partnership agreements signed with Winair and Saint-Barth Commuter, Air Caraïbes "offers its passengers departing from Paris to discover a multitude of destinations in the Caribbean via Saint-Martin": they can travel to in Saint-Barth, Tortola, Saint-Eustache, Saba, Saint Kitts, Nevis, Bonaire, Curaçao, Antigua, or even Aruba.

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