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Sunwing flies to Bonaire each Saturday during the busy, winter season.

The Bonaire Flight Schedule

There are a number of international carriers serving our island, making it relatively easy to get here. There is non-stop service (via Miami, Houston, Newark, Atlanta, Toronto, Curaçao or Aruba) as well as one-stop service from numerous points in the United States or from Europe (Amsterdam).

 

Airlines Serving Bonaire


Flights to Bonaire from USA and Canada

Delta Airlines offers one to three weekly non-stop flights from Atlanta to Bonaire and return, depending upon the demand and the season.  Visit their website for more details.

United Airlines offers several non-stop weekly flights from both Houston and Newark, and all flights should be considered seasonal. This means that during periods of low demand, the airline may decide to withhold services until such time as demand is higher. There can be additional flights added to their schedule during times of peak demand. For more information about the schedule from both Newark and Houston, visit the United website.

Please note that U.S. carriers may seasonalize the flights noted above, which means they may postpone flights during periods of low demand. It is always recommended to contact the airline or your travel professional to check on flight departures.

The Toronto-based leisure airline Sunwing offers weekly non-stop service from Toronto to Bonaire every Sunday on a Boeing 737-800 with a capacity of 189 seats during the winter season.

American Airlines flies weekly non-stop flights from Miami to Bonaire on Saturdays.  Additionally, American will fly from Miami to Bonaire and return on Mondays, Wednesday, and Fridays between December 15, 2018, and March 30, 2019.  Visit the American Airlines website for additional information.

Connecting from North America via Curacao or Aruba:

Another routing option is to fly on any of a number of major U.S. carriers to Curacao or Aruba and then take Divi Divi, Insel Air, or Aruba Airlines onwards to Bonaire (Aruba flights may require a change of planes or a stop in Curacao). Flying time between Curaçao and Bonaire is approximately 15-30 minutes on these carriers:

Aruba Airlines offers service from Bonaire to Aruba and return several times each week.
  • Divi Divi can be reached at: +599-9-839-1515 or fax +599-9-868 1949
  • Insel Air flies between Curaçao and Bonaire; for reservations on Insel Air, travelers from the United States should call toll free 1-800-386-4800, or consult their professional travel counselor. More information on Insel Air can be obtained at http://www.fly-inselair.com or by contacting the Insel Air call center on Curacao at + 5999-737-0444. To reach the Insel Air offices on Bonaire at the airport, call 717-2004/2008, 786-6750, or 785-3076. Their office at Flamingo Airport is open from 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM daily.
  • Aruba Airlines can be reached at telephone +599-717-6825. The office is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, and on Saturday from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM and is located at Bonaire’s Flamingo Airport.

 


Flights to  Bonaire From The Netherlands

KLM has changed the equipment on flights to and from the Dutch Caribbean, with the Airbus A330 replacing the MD-11, and operating alongside the Boeing 747. KLM is operating seven roundtrips a week to this region in its current schedule, to Aruba, Bonaire, and Curacao, with extra flights always added before and after the Christmas holidays. Check the KLM web site for additional details.

TUI Airlines (formerly Arkefly) offers their 787 Dreamliner service between Amsterdam and Bonaire. Check their web site for routing information and additional details.

 

Flights to Bonaire From South America

There are many South American national carriers which offer service to either Aruba or Curacao, where travelers can then pick up connections to Bonaire via local carriers.

As routings and schedules in this market change frequently, it’s best that those interested in visiting Bonaire from South America check with their favorite carrier to see what is available at the planned time of travel.

Regional Flights from Bonaire to the Dutch Caribbean

Bonaire is connected to the five other Dutch Caribbean islands–Curacao, Aruba, St. Maarten, Saba, and St. Eustatius–by regional carriers.  Visit the websites of the carriers noted below to get their flight destinations and schedules.

  • Divi Divi can be reached at: +599-9-839-1515 or fax +599-9-868 1949
  • Insel Air flies between Curaçao and Bonaire; for reservations on Insel Air, travelers from the United States should call toll free 1-800-386-4800, or consult their professional travel counselor. More information on Insel Air can be obtained at http://www.fly-inselair.com or by contacting the Insel Air call center on Curacao at + 5999-737-0444. To reach the Insel Air offices on Bonaire at the airport, call 717-2004/2008, 786-6750, or 785-3076. Their office at Flamingo Airport is open from 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM daily.
  • Aruba Airlines can be reached at telephone +599-717-6825. The office is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, and on Saturday from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM and is located at Bonaire’s Flamingo Airport.
  • Flights on Winair can be found on their website.

For information on dialing a Bonaire phone number from off-island, see the Telephone page.

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