Category Archives: InselAir Aruba

Insel Air Aruba to introduce Aruba-Miami service on April 11

Insel Air Aruba (Aruba) will introduce a new route from Aruba to Miami on April 11 with six flights a week.

This will be followed by Aruba-Valencia service starting two days later on April 13.

Finally on June 18 the airline will launch a twice-weekly route to Georgetown, Guyana on June 18.

Copyright Photo: Bruce Drum/AirlinersGallery.com. McDonnell Douglas DC-9-82 (MD-82) PJ-MDD (msn 49972) with “Aruba” titles taxies at Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT).

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Insel Air introduces Barquisimeto, Venezuela as its 16th destination

Insel Air (Curacao) has announced plans to fly to Barquisimeto, Venezuela which will be the airline’s 16th destination.

Starting on November 16, Insel Air will operate the Barquisimeto – Curaçao route between Hato International Airport, Curaçao and Jacinto Lara International Airport, Barquisimeto, Venezuela.

Insel Air will assign the new route with Fokker 50 aircraft operated by subsidiary Insel Air Aruba.

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Copyright Photo: Roger Cannegieter. Please click on the photo for additional information.

Insel Air International establishes Insel Air Aruba

Insel Air International (Curacao) has established a new subsidiary airline named Insel Air Aruba to operate in neighboring Aruba.

Insel Air International announced a new agreement with the Aruban government and Aruban national carrier, Tiara Air.

The new agreement is valid for all routes that both airlines operate to and from Aruba. The Aruban government also stated that it was committed to awarding a new AOC (Air Operating Certificate) to Insel Air Aruba within three months. Insel Air Aruba hopes to launch operations in August.

Insel Air Aruba will be able to operate additional flights to Aruba, therefore creating more inbound flights for the island.

Insel Air Aruba will operate three Fokker 50s and one DC-9-80 (MD-80) increasing the total availability of seats to 50,000 a month.

Insel Air Aruba’s first Fokker, the pictured former KLM CityHopper F.27 Mk. 050 PH-KVG (msn 20211) arrived at Curacao on June 5, 2011 where it is pictured. PH-KVG carries a partial color scheme with a new logo expected to be added on the tail.

Tiara Air is also adopting the same basic new livery.

Copyright Photos: Roger Cannegieter.