SINT MAARTEN/CURACAO - Since Sunday afternoon February 2nd, Insel has been experiencing operational issues with its Fokker aircraft, InselAir announced in a press statement on Sunday.
“Although the Fokker aircraft is airworthy, issues were identified during an audit done in cooperation with the Department of Transportation (CCAA). Last Saturday, it was decided by InselAir, due to the uncertainties surrounding the operations, it was best to postpone the operation of its Fokker aircraft until further notice.
“Flights between Curaçao and St. Maarten operated by Corendon Dutch Airlines in cooperation with Divi Divi are operating as scheduled; however, all flights between Aruba, Bonaire, and Curacao have been canceled until further notice.
“Insel does its very best to notify all affected passengers of status by phone or email as soon as possible. InselAir requests that passengers not proceed to the airport except for flights between Curacao and St. Maarten.
“InselAir appreciates the support and understanding of all of its employees, partners, and loyal customers during this trying time,” InselAir concludes in its press statement.