Caribbean Airlines (CAL) has announced resumption of its scheduled service to Maarten today, following the re-opening of the Princess Juliana International Airport yesterday for commercial operations.
St. Maarten was severely affected by the passage of Hurricane Irma last month.
The airline said it will operate flights BW 456 and BW 457 in and out of St. Maarten from its hubs in Piarco, Trinidad and Kingston, Jamaica every Wednesday and Saturday.
CAL, in a release today, said St. Maarten immigration has implemented strict protocols regarding entry into the country at this time.
The airline informed that many hotels sustained damage and remain closed and people who will be staying at private homes must have proof of this and is recommending that the host be at the airport in case immigration officials need to interview them.