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Watermakers Air now Makers Air

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Watermakers Air, a private charter airline based out of Fort Lauderdale, debuted a new name and brand at the 2018 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. The boutique airline is now named Makers Air.

“With Watermakers Air, we set out to create an island airline that provided top-level service to

more remote Bahamian destinations and eliminated the challenges of commercial flying,” stated David Hocher, owner and CEO. “Now, with Makers Air, we’ve taken our brand promise to the next level by creating a tailored passenger experience that is focused on customer service and connecting our clients with the Out Islands of The Bahamas.”

Along with the new name and rebrand, Makers Air also announced plans for a new, mobile-friendly website in early 2019, with an improved online booking process.

The airline, founded in 1999 and based out of Fort Lauderdale Executive airport, provides an upscale alternative to commercial flying, with daily flights to the most pristine and hard-to-reach islands of the Bahamas. For more information, visit makersair.com.

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