Due to the current health restrictions and restrictions, the resumption of transatlantic flights between Paris Orly and Princess Juliana airport cannot take place before mid-December.
Covid-19 requires, Air Caraïbes had to modify once again its flight forecasts.
The company offers however, regular transatlantic service between Paris Orly 4 and its “core network” destinations: Pointe-à-Pitre, Fort-de-France and Cayenne.
As of 17/10/2020, the company will offer 2 flights per week between Paris Orly 4 and Punta Cana (Dominican Republic):
- 1 direct return flight on Saturday.
- 1 flight on Monday, with a stopover in Port-au-Prince on the outward journey and direct on the return.
As of 26/10/2020, 1 flight per week will be operated on Mondays between Paris Orly 4 and Port-au-Prince (Haiti), direct on the outward journey and with a stopover in Punta Cana on the return.
The resumption of services between Paris Orly 4 <> Havana and Santiago de Cuba (Cuba) has been postponed until February 10, 2021 on the occasion of the start of the winter school holidays for zone C in France.
Given the current health constraints and restrictions still imposed on travel from / to our other transatlantic destinations:
- For Saint-Martin Princess Juliana (partly Dutch), the resumption of this service will not take place before mid-December.
- The service of transatlantic flights between Paris Orly 4 and Santo Domingo is postponed to mid-February. _AF
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