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InselAir Launching New Aruba-Venezuela Flights

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - April 24, 2016

By the Caribbean Journal staff

Dutch Caribbean air carrier InselAir is launching its newest service to Venezuela.

The company will start operating new nonstop flights from Aruba to Las Piedras, Venezuela beginning May 19.

The flights will operate on Thursdays and Sundays.

The company said the planned launch of the new service came as a result of “increasing demand from both Aruba as well as Las Piedras.”

InselAir will be operating the service on its Fokker 70 aircraft.

The flights will depart Aruba at 3:30 PM and arrive in Las Piedras at 4:05, with the return flight at 4:45 PM arriving in Aruba at 5:20 PM.

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