AIRPORT: Princess Juliana International Airport is working on further facilitate air carriers as the consistent increase in air traffic surges in St. Maarten. This is a key milestone for the aviation organization since the Coronavirus crisis in 2020.
With a swift alignment by major airlines partners such as American Airlines, Delta, Spirit Airlines, JetBlue, United, Air France, KLM and Air Caraibes, there is a significant increase of airlifts with a total of seven major flights on Saturdays. The high demand for air service through the airport also gives flexibility to adapt to different strategic scenarios.
Michel Hyman, Chief Operating Officer of Princess Juliana International Airport, said: “As passengers continue to long for travel during the summer period, this will increase airlift into high-demand destinations such as St. Maarten. This will also serve to aid in the economic recovery of country St. Maarten.
Cathy-Ann Joseph, Regional Manager of the Eastern Caribbean Airport Operations at American Airlines, said: “American Airlines has a long and proud history at Princess Juliana International Airport, with more than 40 years of service. Our operation plays a fundamental role in connecting St. Maarten with the United States and the world during this time of crisis.