ORANJESTAD/PHILIPSBURG- Regional airline Windward Islands Airways (WINAIR) has upgraded its website to allow passengers from the islands of Saba, St Eustatius and St Maarten to purchase tickets on Insel Air.
According to VP of Marketing, Claudio Buncamper, this new arrangement is for the routes of Curacao, Bonaire and Aruba. He said that this feature has been active for over one month in a testing phase.
The VP of Marketing noted that users on the islands found this new feature an added benefit. Buncamper urged visitors to the company’s website to place more emphasis on making use of the numerous benefits available. He said that he is confident that the new partnership between WINAIR and Insel Air will bear significant fruit, noting that it demonstrates the growing popularity and holistic growth of WINAIR.
He further noted that, despite the challenges that the airline continues to face, management with the assistance of the marketing department has a tremendous burst of energy in their continued quest to promote the airline.
He added that, in future, WINAIR will be adding all Insel Air routes to its travelling public. Buncamper said that the relationship between WINAIR and Insel Air has been very good and the ability of both carriers to have an interline, e-ticketing agreement has allowed the airlines to offer these added value services on the website.
He stressed that the aim of this venture is to provide quality and enhanced service for the traveling public, adding that with increase technologies so should there be the increased service that the public truly deserves. An official of Insel Air expressed confidence that they would be able to accomplish much together.
Meanwhile, managing director of WINAIR, Edwin Hodge, indicated that he is also very satisfied and pleased with this enhancement to WINAIR’s website. He said that it is testimony that WINAIR continues to grow, despite its growing challenges and difficulties, which he noted have helped to spur the management and staff on so as to remain viable and operational.
Hodge added that he will continue to enhance the service of WINAIR as there are needs for the additional service to the travelling public, thus ensuring that people get value for their hard earned money.