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Divi Divi Air
IATA
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ICAO
DVR
Callsign
DIVI AIR
Founded 2001
Commenced operations 2002
Hubs Willemstad, Curaçao
Secondary hubs Kralendijk, Bonaire
Fleet size 6
Destinations 3
Company slogan For Business or Pleasure, Divi Divi Air takes you there!
Parent company Bai Bini Air Tours N.V.
Headquarters Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles
Key people Germaine N.F. Richie-Durand, Reginald R. Richie & Danielle Durand
Website http://www.flydivi.com

Divi Divi Air N.V. is a small regional service airline. Established in 2001 and based on Curaçao in the Netherlands Antilles, with ticket offices in both Curaçao and Bonaire.[1] In the area its nickname is "e Divi Divi" ("The Divi Divi").[2]

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Services

Divi Divi Air operates approximately 10 daily flights between Curaçao and Bonaire, with additional charter flights to sister island Aruba and the cities Punto Fijo and Valencia in South America. The Bonaire-Curaçao flight is about a twenty, to twenty three minute flight.[3][4]

Scheduled Destinations

Charter Destinations

Fleet

They fly 2 Britten-Norman Islanders and the Cessna 402 on occasional flights.[5]

Accidents

On October 22, 2009, Britten-Norman Islander BN-2A Flight 014 lost an engine and ditched five minutes out from Bonaire. Pilot Robert Mansell, 32, was knocked unconscious on impact, his passengers could not undo his safety harness, and he went down with the aircraft, but rescue boats picked up all nine passengers.[8] [9]

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