Orlando Sanford Announces Nonstop Flights to Aruba on Surinam Airways

Sanford, FL, Feb 13, 2017 – Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB) and Surinam Airways announce scheduled nonstop service beginning April 3 between SFB and Queen Beatrix International Airport (AUA) in Aruba.  The flights will also include direct service from/to Johan Adolf Pengel International Airport (PBM) in Paramaribo, Suriname.

The service will initially operate weekly with a Monday afternoon arrival into SFB at 4:00 PM and a Tuesday afternoon departure from SFB at 4:00 PM. Surinam Airways will use a 737-300 aircraft with 126 seats (8 Business Class and 118 Economy Class). Fares can be booked at www.FlySLM.com.

According to Diane Crews, President of Orlando Sanford International Airport, "Our customers are going to be thrilled about the advent of weekly flights from Orlando Sanford to the beautiful island of Aruba! It's vacation time!" 

Surinam Airways has operated seasonal nonstop flights from Georgetown, Guyana and direct flights from Paramaribo, Suriname into SFB since 2015. For additional information on Aruba, Guyana and Suriname visit www.Aruba.com, www.guyana-tourism.com and www.surinametourism.com, respectively.

Orlando Sanford International Airport is SFB:  Simpler. Faster. Better. - Simpler airport design, Faster airport processing and a Better airport experience. With the Airport located in Orlando North, Seminole County passengers wishing to experience Florida’s natural features need look no further. They will also enjoy the “Best of Both Worlds,” as the Airport is midway between Orlando’s World Class attractions and the World’s Most Famous Beach - Daytona Beach; both are 50 minutes or less. As is New Smyrna Beach, Cocoa Beach and Port Canaveral. For more information about SFB, visit the www.FlySanford.com.

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