Kralendijk, Bonaire – (July 30, 2010) –Effective immediately, Tiara Air is operating an expanded flight schedule with non-stop service between Aruba and Bonaire. The flight schedule is as follows:
Aruba to Bonaire:
Each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, flight #303 departs Aruba at 9:10 AM arriving in Bonaire at 10:00 AM. Additionally, on these same days, flight #305 departs Aruba at 6:20 PM, arriving in Bonaire at 7:10 PM. (Please note that beginning August 2, Tiara Air flight #305 will depart Aruba at 7:00 PM, arriving in Bonaire at 7:55 PM.)
On Sundays, Tiara Air will operate flight #307 which departs Aruba at 7:10 PM and arrives in Bonaire at 8:05 PM.
Bonaire to Aruba:
Each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, flight #304 departs Bonaire at 10:20 AM arriving in Aruba at 11:10 AM arrival. Additionally, on these same days, flight #306 departs Bonaire at 7:30 PM arriving in Aruba at 8:20 PM. (Please note that beginning August 2, Tiara Air flight #306 will depart Bonaire at 8:15 PM, arriving in Aruba at 9:10 PM.)
On Sundays, Tiara Air will operate flight #308 which departs Bonaire at 8:25 PM arriving in Aruba at 9:20 PM.
In addition to this expanded flight schedule, Tiara Air has also announced that effective September 12, 2010, they will add an additional two weekly rotations Aruba-Bonaire-Aruba. These new flights will take place on Saturdays, and will follow the same schedule as flights 303/304 and 305/306 currently utilize.
This new schedule will provide additional flights, while providing earlier morning flights which make connections in Aruba to the USA much easier. These flights, coupled with the new evening flights, will also allow day trips to Bonaire for those visiting Aruba.
“We're delighted that Tiara Air has recognized the need for additional seat availability on their non-stop flight service between Aruba and Bonaire,” stated Ronella Tjin Asjoe-Croes, Director of Tourism. "Tiara's newly expanded schedule will allow for more convenient connections to Bonaire for our visitors from the United States and Canada. Also visitors to Aruba may now make a day trip to Bonaire and experience another dimension of the Dutch Caribbean," she continued.
Tiara Air is utilizing Shorts 360 aircraft with a maximum passenger capacity of 36 persons. The aircraft is operated by a crew of two pilots and one flight attendant. For additional information, to check availability or to make a reservation, visit the Tiara web site at http://www.tiara-air.com or contact your favorite travel planner.