New Airline Schedules Bonaire 2018-2019

Considerable expansion of possibilities!

Not too long ago it could be quite complicated to get to our small island in the Caribbean Sea. The major airlines only flew occasionally to Bonaire, but luckily we see that change now. Especially for our guests from North America, there will be a considerable expansion of the possibilities in the near future!

Winter season 18/19

Through the Tourism Corporation Bonaire, we have received all the airlines schedules for the upcoming winter season, from the Bonaire International Airport.

This will be the airline schedule for (the rest of) 2018 and 2019, the local carriers like InselAir, Divi Divi and Aruba Airlines excluded:


United Airlines, through March 30, 2019:

Every Saturday from New York Newark Liberty International, departing at 08:49am (direct flight to Bonaire v.v. UA1422/1420)

United Airlines, through March 31, 2019:

Every Saturday from Houston George Bush Intercontinental, departing at 12:21pm (direct flight to Bonaire v.v. UA1402/1401)


American Airlines, through December 15, 2018:

Every Saturday from Miami International, departing at 12:20pm (direct flight to Bonaire v.v. AA1379)

American Airlines, from December 19, 2018 through March 30, 2019:

Every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from Miami International, departing at 12:05pm (direct flight to Bonaire v.v. AA1379)


Delta Airlines, through December 16, 2018:

Every Saturday and Sunday from Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International, departing at 09:46am (direct flight to Bonaire v.v. DL380/672)

Delta Airlines, from December 21, 2018 through January 3, 2019:

Every Monday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International, departing at 09:45am (direct flight to Bonaire v.v. DL380/672)

Delta Airlines, from January 4, 2019 through March 30, 2019:

Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International, departing at 09:45am (direct flight to Bonaire v.v. DL380/672)


Sunwing, from December 16, 2018 through April 21, 2019:

Every Sunday from Toronto Pearson International, departing at 10:00am (direct flight to Bonaire v.v. WG200/201)


Winair

Every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday from Sint Maarten Princess Juliana International, departing at 05:45pm (stopover on Curacao v.v. WM0806/0805)


KLM, through March 30, 2019:

Every day of the week from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, departing at 12:35pm (stopover on Aruba v.v. KL765/767/769)


TUI, through March 28, 2019:

Every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, departing at 11:30pm (stopover on Curacao v.v. OR365/366)


 


KLM flight to Bonaire extended

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Until the summer of 2018

Tourism Corporation Bonaire and Koninklijke LuchtvaartMaatschappij (KLM) announced that its winter flight is now extended till October 23rd, 2018. KLM included in its flight itinerary, a new flight service between Amsterdam-Bonaire-Aruba-Amsterdam on Tuesday which already started in the month of November, 2017. This flight is now extended till summer 2018. The plane designated for this flight is a A330-200, with a capacity of 268 passengers.

Tour operators informed

KLM informed all Trade and travel agents on this extended flight. TCB will participate with a marketing support program to help boost the flight and increase Bonaire’s exposure within KLM platform and distribution channels.

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Source: Tourism Corporation Bonaire


Second season Sunwing Canada confirmed!

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Tot de zomer van 2018

Sunwing (not to be confused with Sunwise 🙂 ) has confirmed the second winter season 2018/2019 to Bonaire. Tourism Corporation Bonaire is in conversations with Sunwing in order to include more marketing efforts this would mean that Bonaire will be included in the Sunwing Main Brochure. Bonaire will be featured in the outside back cover, this will be sent out to the Sunwing Trade partners across the country in two languages.

Online and offline activities.

Sunwing partners are requested to actively promote their properties, based on their marketing efforts and distribution channels, both offline and online.

Source: Tourism Corporation Bonaire


Divi Divi Air introduce their new Twin-Otter planes

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Tot de zomer van 2018

Divi Divi Air introduced their new DHC-6 Twin-Otter aircraft on January 29th, 2018 during an official inaugural flight. The aircraft has19 seats which is still a relatively small aircraft, but does represent an expansion of capacity of more than 100% compared to the Britten-Normander aircraft that the company has been flying with up to now which accommodates up to 9 passengers.

Congratulations to all!

Divi Divi Air, on the other hand, has been a household name for over 17 years on the route between Curaçao and Bonaire. The society is characterized by small scale, personal attention and – especially for local concepts and high punctuality. Congratulations Divi Divi Airlines Owners, Management Team and Staff!

Bron: Tourism Corporation Bonaire

Picture: Jetphotos.net


Brightest Perseid meteor shower ever!

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Brightest of all!

A meteor shower is about to take place on the 12th of August, but it’s not just a regular meteor shower. Astronomers suppose that this will be the brightest meteor shower in recorded human history! It will magically light up the sky, and some of the shooting stars might even be visible during daytime.

Simple Capacity knows it

Well at least that’s what they are telling us at Simple Capacity.

Clashing particles

Every year, between mid July and the end of August, Mother Earth flies through the Perseid meteor shower, a cloud of dust particles left behind by the Swift-Tuttle comet. A lot of these dust particles clash with the Earth’s atmosphere, causing a light spot in the sky. This phenomenon is called a shooting star or meteor.

Watch it from the dark south tip

Every year when the Perseids occur, the Sunwise team goes to the southern tip of Bonaire at night, somewhere between Willemstoren and radar. It’s darker than dark over there and most likely only partly cloudy, as always on Bonaire. There is no light pollution on this part of the island, so lying on your back, in the back of your pick up, or just on the street, the meteor shower will give you an amazing show!