Because Air Flamenco is a small airline that is headquartered in Puerto Rico, a majority of the flights that the company services are domestic. However, the airline has started to expand its flight routes to include more international options, meaning that customers can also go to destinations like the Dominican Republic and the nearby Leeward Islands.
This airline has a fleet that is composed of over 10 planes, the majority of which are either Britten-Norman or Short. The Britten-Norman Islander is the plane that is most commonly used by the company and it is convenient for medium-range trips, such as traveling from one side of Puerto Rico to the other. The Short 360-300F is a slightly larger option, meaning that it is frequently employed for voyages to other countries. For particularly short trips, the Britten-Norman Trislander is used, as it can only fit up to 18 passengers.
When booking a flight through Air Flamenco, there is one travel class that is available: Economy. By having an Economy ticket, passengers are entitled to certain benefits, like checking one bag for free, bringing a carry-on item, free non-alcoholic beverages, complimentary snacks on certain participating flights, and in-flight entertainment, such as the airline’s magazine and publications.
As this company is a commuter airline, it is not a part of an air alliance or group. However, Air Flamenco is operated by Air Charter Inc., a company that is headquartered in Puerto Rico and helps to book flights for small regional commuter airlines that generally make domestic trips within the country.
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