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ALM ANTILLEAN AIRLINES ANNOUNCES NEW MORNING SERVICE FROM ATLANTA

 ALM ANTILLEAN AIRLINES ANNOUNCES NEW MORNING SERVICE FROM ATLANTA
 MIAMI, April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- On May 7, ALM Antillean Airlines, the premier carrier serving the Dutch Caribbean, will begin a non-stop morning service every Thursday from Atlanta to Aruba, continuing on the Curacao with connections to Bonaire. Sam Kaluf, general manager, USA and Canada, explained that the new schedule will "leave Atlanta at 10:15 a.m. and arrive in Aruba at 2:15 p.m., so our clients can enjoy the gorgeous beaches of the Dutch Caribbean the very afternoon they arrive!" This change in schedule will allow a Wednesday afternoon departure from the Dutch Caribbean with arrival in Atlanta at 7:00 p.m. ALM will continue their regularly scheduled afternoon service which departs Atlanta at 1:30 p.m. on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
 To launch this new Thursday morning flight, ALM and Design-A-Tour are having a "Bake Sale" -- a special 4 day/3 night package to Aruba, Bonaire, or Curacao starting at only $469. Price includes round-trip airfare from Atlanta, three nights accommodations, transfers between airport and hotel, U.S. departure tax, hotel, taxes and service charges. Price is based on per person, double occupancy and is valid through Sept. 30, 1992. Other restrictions may apply.
 ALM Antillean Airlines is the premier airline serving the Dutch Caribbean islands of Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao with direct, non-stop service from Atlanta and Miami. They have earned a distinctive reputation through their Dutch attention to detail and upscale service to their passengers. For more information, have your travel agent contact Design-A-Tour.
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 /CONTACT: Catherine R. Rieger, Rockett, Burkhead, Lewis & Winslow, 919-848-2600, for ALM Antillean Airlines/ CO: ALM Antillean Airlines ST: Florida, Georgia
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