WINAIR and Domino’s launch Caribbean’s first airline pizza delivery service

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Domino’s Shonella Puran and WINAIR Captain Frederic Rochemont ready to deliver pizzas to Saba and St. Eustatius.

SIMPSON BAY, St. Maarten, Thursday August 6, 2015 – It is by far the region’s most unique delivery service – pizza by plane.

Regional airline WINAIR has teamed up with Domino’s to offer a delivery service to residents of Saba and St. Eustatius.

Starting the start of this month, residents of the two small islands in the Netherland Antilles could call and place their orders at Domino’s in the airport in St. Maarten, prepaying by credit card.

The pizzas are baked right before a scheduled WINAIR flight and flown to the nearby islands – within half hour – and left at the WINAIR airport counter for pick-up.

“Partnering with a company with a stature like Domino’s is not only desirable for WINAIR but, moreover, an additional service we can offer the residents of the surrounding Islands,” said president and chief executive officer of WINAIR Michael Cleaver.

Owner of Domino’s local franchise, John Caputo, said the partnership takes Domino’s mission to be the number one pizza delivery company in the world to new heights.

“We are excited to partner with Winair to be able to provide this service that Saba and St. Eustatius residents have been longing for,” he said.

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