Corendon/Divi Boeing nearly ready; Brazil flights from 350 dollars round trip
If all goes according to plan, the Boeing 737 will arrive in Curaçao Saturday evening, December 10.
WILLEMSTAD – The Boeing 737-800 which will be operating under Divi Divi’s license and flight numbers, will also carry a decal identifying the plane as Divi Divi Air operated flight. Divi and Corendon plan to use the plane in question to operate flights between Curaçao and St. Maarten, but also from Curaçao and Bonaire to Sao Paolo, Brazil.
The airplane is scheduled to be flown on December 8, from Amsterdam via Iceland and Halifax in Canada to Curaçao. Planned arrival time for the aircraft is around 7.45 pm local time.
Divi and Corendon have scheduled their flights with the Boeing, to be stationed at Hato International Airport during the coming months, on December 10 with destination St. Maarten.
The carriers plan to execute 5 weekly flights between Curaçao and Princess Juliana International Airport of St. Maarten and twice weekly to Guarulhos International Airport of Sao Paolo, Brazil. Of the 2 flights to Sao Paolo, one may make an intermediate stop in Bonaire, if there is enough interest at tour operators for Bonaire as a destination.
Source: BES Reporter