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TUI continues to invest in ABC islands: 14 flights a week and more non-stop

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The ABC islands are still popular with Dutch holidaymakers. Reason for TUI fly to continue investing in flights to and from the Caribbean. Next winter, the airline will fly 14 times from Schiphol to the ABC islands, with two flights a day to Curaçao, five to Bonaire and three to Aruba.

Rick van der Pluijm, Head of TUI Dutch Caribbean: It is great that we are operating two flights a day to Curaçao this winter. Together with flights to Aruba and Bonaire, it gives holidaymakers and people on the ABC islands a wide choice of flights to and from Amsterdam, with non-stop flights to all three islands. I’m sure we’ll make a lot of people happy.

14 flights a week
In the coming winter, TUI will fly twice a day to Curaçao, with daily non-stop flights to and from the island. Bonaire will be lit five times a week this winter, every day of the week except Thursday and Sunday. The flights are scheduled so that passengers can fly three times a week non-stop to Bonaire and twice a week non-stop to Amsterdam. Aruba is covered three times a week. Monday, Thursday and Sunday and always in conjunction with Curaçao. Here, too, nonstop flights are possible on both the return and return flights.

Cabin crew expanded
To be able to operate all flights, TUI recently recruited 18 new local cabin crew members on Curaçao. Besides Dutch, they all speak Papiaments. With these new colleagues, TUI now has a group of some 60 local cabin crew who can be deployed specifically on the route to and from the ABC islands.

The Dreamliner
The flights are operated by a Boeing 787 Dreamliner of TUI fly. This aircraft is available in three different classes: Economy, Comfort and Deluxe. Most winter accommodation is now available. And this month, the summer 2024 offer will be bookable. Tickets for the winter season are also available now.

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