Caribbean Sun Airlines

Caribbean Sun Airlines
Caribbean Sun Airlines Information Caribbean Sun Airlines Destinations
Caribbean Sun Airlines History Caribbean Sun Airlines Fleets

Caribbean Sun Airlines Information

Caribbean Sun Airlines IATA
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Caribbean Sun Airlines ICAO
WAL
Caribbean Sun Airlines Callsign
World Atlantic
Founded 2002
Fleet Size One (1) Boeing MD-83
Destinations pending announcement
Headquarters Miami / Fort Lauderdale
Key People
  • President and CEO - Joseph A. Fernandez
  • Vice-President and DOO - John Rupert
Website www.worldatlanticair.com

Caribbean Sun Airlines History

Caribbean sun airlines is also called as World Atlantic Airlines shortly Caribbean sun. Headquarters of Caribbean sun airlines are Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA. It is provided services as regional to Caribbean between 2003 and 2007. From 2009 onwards it started the business with the name of "World Atlantic Airlines" (WAA) from Miami, Florida USA.

Caribbean sun airlines alias World Atlantic Airlines was founded in 2002 but started the services from 2003. The fleet size of Caribbean sun airlines is only one i.e. Boeing MD-83 and new destinations are not yet announced. Key people of this airline are President and CEO - Joseph A. Fernandez and Vice-President and DOO - John Rupert.

Caribbean Sun Airlines Destinations

  • Antigua
    • St. John's (VC Bird International Airport)
  • Barbados
    • Bridgetown (Grantley Adams International Airport)
  • British Virgin Islands
    • Tortola (Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport)
  • Dominica
    • Marigot (Melville Hall Airport)
  • Dominican Republic
    • Santiago (Cibao International Airport)
    • Santo Domingo (Las Américas International Airport)
  • Netherlands Antilles
    • Philipsburg, Sint Maarten (Princess Juliana International Airport)
  • Puerto Rico
    • San Juan (Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport, hub)
  • St. Kitts and Nevis
    • Basseterre (Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport)
  • Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
    • Kingstown (E.T. Joshua Airport)
  • Trinidad and Tobago
    • Port of Spain (Piarco International Airport)

Caribbean Sun Airlines Fleets

  • 3 Bombardier Dash 8 100.
  • World Atlantic Airlines fleet - Boeing MD-83