GRAND CASE: Air Antilles is already increasing its flights to the French West Indies tenfold. The company is also ready for the reopening of international routes scheduled for July 5th, 2021. Its motto: intra-Caribbean mobility for the development of the territories.
Promoting its regions, Air Antilles has already significantly increased its frequencies between the islands of the French West Indies. For example, 5 daily flights are now operated between Guadeloupe and Fort-de-France; as many between Fort-de-France/Pointe-à-Pitre and Saint Martin Grand Case and 4 daily to and from Saint Barthélémy. The link with French Guiana is operated by Air France, a long-standing partner for this destination.
International flights will resume to and from San Juan, Dominica, Sint Maarten, Curacao, Bonaire, Miami and of course Punta Cana and Santo Domingo. Air Antilles stands out for its particularly competitive air service to the Dominican Republic. With 20 years of experience, the company meets the strictest European standards in terms of air safety. It also benefits from a strong territorial and human base.
Air Antilles to resume flights