Caribbean airline Winair is set to re-launch its flight service between St. Martin and St. Kitts and Nevis from 29 October 2012.
The new service will depart from St. Martin at 5:55pm each day before making the return journey the next morning at 9:00am, arriving from St. Kitts at 10:05am.
It has been more than three years since Winair offered the service, and St. Kitts and Nevis minister of tourism Ricky Skerritt was delighted that there would be another mode of transport on offer between the islands.
"I am particularly excited that Winair will be providing travellers with a daily airlift option between St. Kitts & Nevis, a route which is presently served only by sea ferries and small private charter aircraft," he said.
"Incoming international transfers into St. Martin's Princess Juliana Airport destined for St. Kitts will now have a smoother experience with a shorter wait time as well."
Winair's president Michael Cleaver has promised that the airline is now "leaner and better", after a recent reorganisation of the company.
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