Jetair Caribbean


Jetair Caribbean, initially founded as United Caribbean Airlines in 2006 and later rebranded in 2019, is a prominent airline based at Hato International Airport in Willemstad, Curaçao. Commencing its charter operations on November 24, 2019, the airline endeavors to provide vital passenger services across the Caribbean and the entire American continent. Particularly noteworthy is its utilization of Fokker 70 aircraft, formerly owned by KLM Cityhopper, ensuring a steadfast service to its myriad of destinations.


Jetair Caribbean boasts a diverse array of destinations within its network. These include countries and their respective airports such as: Aruba (Reina Beatrix International Airport), Bonaire (Flamingo International Airport), Colombia (José María Córdova International Airport), Curaçao (Hato International Airport – Hub), Jamaica (Norman Manley International Airport), St. Maarten (Princess Juliana International Airport), and Suriname (Johan Adolf Pengel International Airport).


Jetair Caribbean maintains a fleet comprising of Fokker 70 aircraft, with one such aircraft in service as of September 2023. This model accommodates 80 passengers and possesses the registration PJ-JAB. With an average fleet age of 26.8 years, the airline leverages this aircraft’s capabilities to serve its extensive network of destinations, maintaining a commitment to reliable and comfortable passenger services.



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