Bonaire (BON)

Airport : Flamingo Airport

Latitude: 12.07'52"N

Longitude: 68.16'07"W

Runways: 1

Longest: 9449×48ft (2880×5m)

Bonaire is an island in the Netherlands Antilles, and as such, is a part of the Kingdoms of the Netherlands. Together with Aruba and Curacao it forms a group referred to as the ABC islands of the Leeward Antilles, the southern island chain of theLesser Antilles. While Papiamentu, Spanish, and English are commonly spoken, the official language is Dutch.

Bonaire has a land area of 288 km (111 sq. miles). Bonaire's Afdeling Bevolking (census) office reported that the population was 14,006 inhabitants as of December, 2006, which means a population density of 49 inh. per km. Uninhabited Klein Bonaire, nestled in the western crescent of the main island, is 6 km (2.3 sq. miles). Bonaire is served by Flamingo International Airport.

The airport of Bonaire is called Flamingo Airport. In 2005 the renovation of the airport started and is now controlled by Bonaire International Aiport (BIA)

 

Cargo Handling

Swissport Cargo Services N.V.
Flamingo Int'l Airport
Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles
Phone: +59997175895
Fax : +5999 717 5891

For more info please contact your freight forwarder or Maduro Airfreight Services : 5999-733-1685 or mas@madurosons.com