SXM Flight Updates: WestJet to Resume Flights from Toronto, U.S. Airlines Reduce Schedule

The merry-go-round of flight schedule changes continues

Here we go again. If you think it feels like the SXM airline flight schedules are more like a never-ending roller coaster, you’re not alone. The updates to flight schedules into Sint Maarten’s Princess Juliana International Airport have been vast and ever-changing. And now there’s more news, some good, some bad.

Here are a few of the notable changes (click here for a complete list of updates):

  • WestJet is scheduled to begin non-stop service from Toronto (YYZ) to Sint Maarten on April 29, 2018. Flights are currently scheduled on Sundays only.
  • KLM has added flights to their schedule and they are all non-stop flights which will operate from Amsterdam to Sint Maarten on varying days in January, February, March, April and May. As mentioned, the days vary but there’s between 13 and 15 non-stop flights each month, with the most coming in March and June.
  • American Airlines has changed scheduled flights from Philadelphia and Charlotte. Service from both cities was previously set to resume on May 4th but is now delayed until late August.
  • Delta has cancelled all previously scheduled flights from JFK. They’ve also scaled back service from Atlanta, going from daily service to only five days a week through March. After April 10, 2018, service goes to three days a week from ATL.

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Jon Ferlise

I fell in love with the island of Saint Martin the first time I visited to celebrate my 40th birthday in May of 2009. Since then, I've spent most birthdays there, and have visited countless other times getting to know this wonderful place and the friendly locals that make it so special. I adore the culture, the people, the community, and the beauty of this stunning island. SXM Strong is a website that I started to support humanitarian relief efforts following Hurricane Irma. There was no plan, it just evolved as I witnessed the devastation that Irma caused the island and the huge need to communicate and disseminate information about what had happened and how people could help support this island and its people.

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