Surinam Airlines recently took delivery of its first Boeing 737-800 on a dry lease from AerCap. The aircraft was earlier operated by Caribbean Airlines. The aircraft will be based at Johan Adolf Pengel International Airport. The airline operates flights to destinations like Georgetown (GEO), Aruba (AUA), Curaçao (CUR), Miami (MIA), and a long-haul service to Amsterdam (AMS). The airline has two aircraft A320 for short-haul and A330-200 for Amsterdam flights, both the aircraft are currently on wet lease with Airhub, but now with the newly added B737 the airline will be able to operate the flight with its own crew.
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