World Atlantic Airlinescharter operator
Life is a series of arrivals and departures!
World Atlantic Airlines was originally born as Caribbean Sun Airlines in September of 2002 in Ft. Lauderdale Florida. In January of 2003, flight operations began utilizing Bombardier Dash 8-100 aircraft. The airline was set up out of necessity to increase the presence of the partner company, Caribbean Star Airlines.
On January 9th, 2007 the airline announced that it would shut down operations by month-end. After ceasing operations, the company tried to start operations once more under different leadership as Merengue Airlines Dominicana. The attempt was unsuccessful by the then management team.
The company was sold to industry veteran Mr. Tomas Romero. The new airline model also included a new branding name “ World Atlantic Airlines” and utilizing the McDonnell Douglas MD-83. After many months of a very detailed re-certification process, World Atlantic Airlines applied for a new Airline Operating Certificate in August 2010, began proving runs and was certified as a 14 CFR Part 121 Supplemental Carrier in September of 2010.
Our philosophy is very simple: while you are with us, we will strive to be number one in every market we serve by creating a workplace where teams are committed to our customers in a distinctively way, resulting in superior industry returns. That's why a friendly approach, good customer service and a commitment to safety and quality are our top priorities in all the aircraft that make up our fleet and that you'll see in action on every single one of our WAA flights.
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