Faxinfo was present on Saturday in Juliana on the arrival of Air Caraibes' 2nd post-Irma flight from Orly.
Recall that the company has resumed a transatlantic flight per week since Saturday October 28. We asked a few passengers their impressions at the exit: "everything went well, we got our bags quickly, we did not wait a lot at passport control, in short it is fine, it sends us back 20 years back in the days of the old airport, but it's okay, ”said one of them. "Much more practical than going through Pointe-à-Pitre then Grand-Case, there is not the usual comfort of the airport but everything went well and the organization is correct" reported another passenger.
Air Caraibes wanted to quickly re-establish one direct flight per week to connect Saint-Martin to the mainland, which is a good thing for Saint-Martin in the "after Irma" period. This link is essential and to hear the people who were waiting for their families, the resumption of flights by the regional airline is a strong gesture that will be remembered. _AH
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