InselAir's new Aruba subsidiary plans to expand its network to at least 12 destinations in the next two years.
InselAir Aruba launched operations in recent months and flies to Caracas, and has said it will start flights to Miami and Valencia in Venezuela in April.
The carrier is also planning flights to Colombia, Brazil, Ecuador and Guyana, says InselAir chief executive Albert Kluyver on the sidelines of Routes Americas in San Salvador. InselAir is based in Curacao.
Upcoming destinations of InselAir Aruba include Barranquilla (Colombia), Quito (Ecuador), Manaus (Brazil) and Georgetown (Guyana), he adds.
InselAir Aruba will eventually operate two Boeing MD-80s and four Fokker 70s. Three of the four Fokker 70s will arrive by June and the fourth will be delivered in August, says Kluyver.