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HOLLAND - A KLM Boeing 737 which flew from Amsterdam's Schiphol airport to Paris on Monday morning has landed with out problems and no signs of damage caused by the cloud of volcanic ash hanging over the Netherlands, news agency ANP said.

PHILIPSBURG - WINAIR shall be introducing a Safety Management Systems (SMS) course effect April 19, 2010 to all operational staff.

groupphotoPHILIPSBURG - Winair in its continued effort to play a more meaningful role in aiding travels within the Caribbean have announced a massive promotion.

PHILIPSBURG - KLM Airlines and Martinair announced on Friday that they have been forced to take a decision to quit all their flights to the Netherlands Antilles and Aruba, until further notice.

ST. JOHN'S, Antigua - For the past two years LIAT and the Leeward Islands Airline Pilots Association (LIALPA) and the Leeward Islands Flight Attendants Association (LIFAA), the groups representing the airline's pilots and cabin crew, have been engaged in talks about establishing a base in Trinidad.

PHILIPSBURG - Windward Islands Airways International N.V (WINAIR) has created a splash on the social media scene by launching the first Facebook contest by an airline in the region's history.

PHILIPSBURG - Windward Islands International Airways (WINAIR) will be taken up in the division of Assets & Liabilities or sold if the Government of St. Maarten does not make a firm agreement with the Central Government soon.

KLMnewladiesuniformMarch10WILLEMSTAD – As of today the more than 11,000 cabin and ground members as well as pilots of KLM will be wearing a new women's uniform.

AMSTERDAM - A Swedish pilot was arrested at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport on Tuesday on charges of flying commercial airliners with no valid pilot license for more than 13 years, authorities said on Wednesday.

ST. JOHN'S, Antigua – The management of LIAT (1974) LTD wishes to inform that LI 557 travelling from Antigua to Dominica on Tuesday 09th March 2010, with 34 passengers on board, returned to the V.C. Bird International Airport shortly after take-off, as a precautionary measure when an indicator light illuminated in the cockpit.

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