Published On: Sat, Sep 29th, 2012

DAE expands its fleet to three MD83

WILLEMSTAD - DAE signed an agreement with FALCON AIR for two additional aircraft MD-83. The second aircraft was already inspected by the Curacao authorities this week and will be operating on the route Miami - Curacao.

The third aircraft will be part of the fleet the first week of December 2012 when DAE increases its flight s to Miami and thereby operate on a daily basis 14 weekly flights between Curaçao and Miami, the airline currently operates 10 weekly flights between Miami and Curacao. "This December there will be no shortage of chairs for those who wants to travel to Miami, DAE offers 300 chairs daily with two flights per day, so come reserve your spot now, sure we are going to have deals "said Ramiz smiling

The carrier will begin flights between Miami and Aruba, Miami and Haiti, Curaçao and Bogotá, and Curaçao and Manaus with the three MD83 aircraft with a capacity of 154 passengers each in two classes, "right now we are requesting or reactivating permits, we do not anticipate any delays as these steps are just formalities since the carrier already have rights granted in bilateral agreement and in some cases already operated these routes," explained Ramiz.

"There is much to do before the date of commencement and our team is very busy, I have faith in them and we'll make it," Ramiz highlighted.

The airline is studying the possibility to open three other destinations in the United States and now we have our eyes upon Tampa, Orlando and Atlanta.

"When we get on good terms with the negotiations we can soon say that the sun and the name of Curaçao will adorn the skies and land in Tampa, Orlando and Atlanta before summer 2013" concluded Ramiz.

Next year 2013 will be the year where Dutch Antilles becomes the Curacao airline proudly boasting the sun and the name of Curaçao to more destinations, where we will work to attract tourists to our island, our region fostering multi destinations and contribute to the welfare of our people and security and future of those who call DAE their home," concluded Ramiz with a smile.

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