WILLEMSTAD - Airlines from Curaçao and Trinidad & Tobago may offer unrestricted inter-island commercial airline services at their sole discretion. That is the outcome of negotiations laid down in a bilateral agreement.
Recently, the civil aviation authorities of Curaçao and Trinidad & Tobago agreed on the content of a bilateral agreement for new aviation services between the two countries. The Curaçao delegation was led by the civil aviation authorities of Curaçao. This new agreement replaces the old agreement from 1997 that related to the Netherlands Antilles.
The Council of Ministers of the Kingdom of the Netherlands must approve this agreement and official representatives of each country must sign it. This process can take about three months.