Curacao is shaping up to be the hot vacation destination: major airlines announce additional seats and new flights to this awesome Caribbean island.
So if you’ve been wondering where to take your next vacation, the answer is - clearly! - Curacao. And now, it's even easier to get here with direct flights from...:
Starting this month, Avianca’s weekly flights from Bogota, Colombia to Curaçao’s Hato International Airport, will be onboard bigger planes - Airbus 320s - creating additional capacity of 350 seats.
And, from August, they're adding 4 additional weekly flights from Bogota, making a total of 11 per week.
A major gateway airport, these additional flights and seats will make divers from Brazil, Ecuador, Argentina, Chile and many more countries really happy that their next Curacao dive vacation just got sooo much easier to arrange.
...New York (JFK)
Also happening in June, Jet Blue are adding a fourth flight from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to Curaçao’s Hato International Airport.
With a highly civilised arrival time in sunny Curacao, you can breakfast at home and celebrate Happy Hour on the beach well before sunset. It'd be would be rude not to.
Winter is a perfect time to be in Curacao if you live anywhere even vaguely near Toronto and prefer sun and diving, to cold and snow-shoveling. Or a break from it, at least.
Lucky for you if so, because Air Canada are running a third flight a week out of Toronto starting this December, and one per week out of Montreal. So you could be celebrating Christmas and New Years in sunny Curacao...
Flying Airbus 320s, that’s 566 seats available every week, to transport you from cold, cold Canada to lovely, toasty-warm Curacao, so make sure one of them has YOUR name on it. (And one for your dive buddy, while you’re at it, eh.)
Speaking of winter getaways to the Caribbean sun, in addition to the two American Airlines flights per week out of Charlotte, NC., American Airlines are adding a 3rd daily flight from Miami to Curaçao, starting December 19, 2018.
The timing is perfect for your Curacao Christmas vacation – and Curacao is a great place to welcome in the New Year (trust us, it’s an incredible experience - watch this space for more about Christmas and New Years in Curacao, coming soon-ish.)
... and 14 other cities, offering nonstop flights to Curacao (according to google)
So - what’s so great about Curacao?
According to Travel Agent Central, Curacao is a popular destination for Millennials and other savvy Caribbean travelers, looking for something a bit off-the-beaten path.
It's also one of the most LGBT-welcoming islands in the region - come on down and find out for yourself at this year's Curacao Pride event:
Curacao also has a huge range of accommodation, food and drink choices to suit all budgets and tastes, fascinating history (especially if you love Pirates - and which diver doesn't?), stunning architecture, beautiful beaches and tons of activities. And in an incredible year-round climate.
It's also a unique shore diving haven and one of the top diving destinations in the world.
And that's not all - click below ...
If you get bored in Curacao? You're doing something wrong.
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