Air Flamenco, rooted in a rich history dating back to its founding by Rubén Torres in 1976, began as Flamenco Airways, initially operating a Piper Cherokee 6 between Culebra and Vieques. It soon expanded, adding Britten-Norman Islanders to its fleet and broadening its reach across the Caribbean, including the US and British Virgin Islands. Based in Culebra, Puerto Rico, and operating from multiple airports within the region, Air Flamenco navigates various destinations within Puerto Rico, the Leeward Islands, and the Dominican Republic, priding itself on being the largest Britten-Norman Islander operator.
Air Flamenco extends its services across a diverse range of destinations within the Caribbean, connecting cities in Puerto Rico, the Leeward Islands, and the Dominican Republic. The airline operates from four pivotal locations, namely Isla Grande Airport, San Juan; José Aponte de la Torre Airport, Ceiba; Benjamín Rivera Noriega Airport, Culebra; and Antonio Rivera Rodríguez Airport, Vieques, ensuring expansive coverage across the archipelago and facilitating robust inter-island connectivity.
The fleet of Air Flamenco is primarily composed of Britten-Norman Islanders, with eight of these robust aircrafts in service, alongside one Britten-Norman Trislander, and four Short 360-300Fs. The airline not only provides passenger services but also all-cargo flights through Flamenco Cargo, its dedicated cargo division, utilizing variants of all three aircraft types to cater to the diverse logistics needs across its extensive Caribbean network.
- IATA: F4
- ICAO: WAF
Official site: flyairflamenco.com