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  • Two non-stop flights per week from Curaçao to Barranquilla (Colombia)

    01-06-2014 - InselAir will start operating 2 flights per week to Barranquilla (Colombia) from its Curaçao hub, as of June 20, 2014. Barranquilla is InselAir’s 2nd destination in Colombia, next to Medellin read more

  • InselAir announces new destination: Georgetown

    01-05-2014 - Curaçao. InselAir will start operating 2 flights per week from Curaçao and Aruba to Georgetown as of June 18, 2014. Tickets to this new destination can be purchased at any InselAir ticket office, at Cpost in Punda and Otrabanda (Curaçao) and at local travel agents. With Georgetown added to its network, InselAir will serve 19 destinations from Curaçao and 4 destinations from Aruba. All flights will be operated by a MD-80 type of aircraft read more

  • InselAir Aruba inaugurated its non-stop service from Aruba to Valencia on Sunday, April 13th, 2014.

    13-04-2014 - InselAir will operate two flights per week to Valencia, on Thursday and Sunday, departing Aruba at 8:30 PM and arriving in Valencia at 9:10 PM. The return flights from Valencia to Aruba are scheduled on Monday and Friday and depart at 7.30 AM and arrive in Aruba at 9 AM. Valencia is InselAir’s 3rd destination from its growing Aruba hub. read more

  • InselAir Aruba starts its non-stop service from Aruba to Miami on Friday, April 11th, 2014.

    01-03-2014 - InselAir Aruba starts its non-stop service from Aruba to Miami on Friday, April 11th, 2014. The Aruba – Miami route will be serviced 4 x per week on Monday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday, departing Aruba at 11:30 AM and arriving in Miami at 2:30 PM. The return flight from Miami to Aruba departs at 4 PM and arrives on Aruba at 7 PM. Miami is InselAir’s second destination from its Aruba hub. read more

  • InselAir creates most revenue for Curaçao Airport and the economy of Curaçao, but is exposed to a high financial risk

    05-02-2014 - Curaçao. InselAir has maintained a healthy financial management since the early beginnings and has been profitable all years, including 2013. This is reflected in the audited figures (financial and traffic related) of the company which are also in the possession of the Curaçao Aviation Authorities. However, InselAir has been suffering from the well-known issues with Cadivi (the Commission for the Administration of Currency Exchange in Venezuela) which currently holds approximately 80 million USD of InselAir. read more