Air Flamenco is a small commuter airline based on the Caribbean island of Puerto Rico. The airline is operated by Air Charter, Inc, and has an established reputation within the Caribbean. Air Flamenco is committed to providing a safe and excellent service.
Air Flamenco traces its history back to Flamenco Airways, which was founded in 1976 by Ruben Torres Senior. Air Lamenco was established in 1998 by Ruben Torres Jr. and his brother, Francisco Torres. The first flights were between the islands of Culebra and Vieques, using a Cherokee 6, which has a capacity for just 5 passengers. In 2003, five years after established, Air Flamenco increased its fleet to 9 aircraft, and continues to grow — the airline currently operates 13 aircraft.
Air Flamenco flew under an air charter license until 2011. Today, the airline flies under a commuter air service air carrier licence, and is currently the largest Britten-Norman Islander operator.
The ticket includes 1 piece of checked baggage, with a maximum total weight of 30 pounds, for both check and carry-on baggage. The maximum size for each piece is 22 x 15 x 9.
One carry-on hand bag (brief case, purse,laptop, ect) per ticketed passenger is allowed. It is important to note that the maximum total weight of 30 pounds is for both carry-on and checked baggage. Pieces maximum size is 22 x 15 x 9.
Additional weight will be charged $1.00 per additional pound. Additional pieces can be added for $5.00 each plus $1.00 per pound.
The airline operates a fleet of the following aircraft:
The airline operates a fleet of light aircraft and offers standard (economy) seating. The number varies depending on the aircraft, but the amount of seats is limited.
Air Flamenco is dedicated to providing the highest level of service. You will have a comfortable and enjoyable journey - remember your camera!
Please note that all Air Flamenco tickets are non-refundable. A change fee of $30.00, per passenger, per change, if applicable.
The airline flies between the following destinations within mainland Puerto Rico and the surrounding islands:
Please note that a flight might include multiple stops at the different islands.
The airline is based at Culebra, in Puerto Rico, and has bases at four airports: Fernando Luis Ribas Dominicci Airport, better known as the Isla Grande Airport, in San Juan; José Aponte de la Torre Airport, Ceiba, Puerto Rico; Benjamín Rivera Noriega Airport, Culebra; and Antonio Rivera Rodríguez Airport, Vieques.
Explore the islands of Puerto Rico. Air Flamenco offers you the chance to explore the beautiful islands of the Caribbean. Most flights to Puerto Rico and at Luis Munoz Airport in San Juan, which caters to Delta, American Airlines, United, US Airways, jetBlue, and Southwest Airlines. Other niche airlines that from Puerta Rico to the surrounding islands include: