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WINAIR dumps Montserrat end of December

Fly Montserrat assures its long term commitment

WINAIR

WINAIR who has been providing air services to Montserrat for the last six years has advised the Montserrat government that subsequent to December 31, 2010, the airline will not provide scheduled services to the island.

The airline that is operating at the current time without a signed agreement with Montserrat, but it is believed that there are no animated situations like existed in the past between the two entities. The airline has said that it will however provide service during the heavily booked period in early January, 2011.

FlyMontserrat of Montserrat Airways Limited (MAL) has been flying alongside WINAIR in meeting Montserrat’s air services needs since last year today reacted immediately and provided the following information via a press release which, following the announcement that WINAIR will no longer operate scheduled services. They assured their current passengers and future customers of their long term commitment to Montserrat.

The release spoke to the sudden news from WINAIR in anticipation of greater demand for their services:  “FlyMontserrat will do all it can, despite the short notice and the busiest season of the year,  to take up the shortfall. Over the next couple of days FlyMontserrat will be planning a new schedule of ADDITIONAL flights to run from the 1st January, 2011,” MAL’s CEO Nigel Harris said.

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Airline and other information sources said they were refused timely comment from officials as well as the Access Coordinator for confirmation as to how they plan to move forward.

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Fly Montserrat assures its long term commitment

WINAIR

WINAIR who has been providing air services to Montserrat for the last six years has advised the Montserrat government that subsequent to December 31, 2010, the airline will not provide scheduled services to the island.

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The airline that is operating at the current time without a signed agreement with Montserrat, but it is believed that there are no animated situations like existed in the past between the two entities. The airline has said that it will however provide service during the heavily booked period in early January, 2011.

FlyMontserrat of Montserrat Airways Limited (MAL) has been flying alongside WINAIR in meeting Montserrat’s air services needs since last year today reacted immediately and provided the following information via a press release which, following the announcement that WINAIR will no longer operate scheduled services. They assured their current passengers and future customers of their long term commitment to Montserrat.

The release spoke to the sudden news from WINAIR in anticipation of greater demand for their services:  “FlyMontserrat will do all it can, despite the short notice and the busiest season of the year,  to take up the shortfall. Over the next couple of days FlyMontserrat will be planning a new schedule of ADDITIONAL flights to run from the 1st January, 2011,” MAL’s CEO Nigel Harris said.

Fly Montserrat

Airline and other information sources said they were refused timely comment from officials as well as the Access Coordinator for confirmation as to how they plan to move forward.