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Binter Canarias Customer review :  3 March 2014 by Colin Pay    (UK)

Rating : 10/10

Score 10 out of 10

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TFN-GMZ return on ATR72. Very good 25 minute flights. Served cup of water and chocolate bar. Great views of a snow capped Mt Teide on left going and right returning.



Binter Canarias Customer review :  10 January 2014 by S Matias    (UK)

Rating : 8/10

Score 8 out of 10

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Flew from Lisbon to Las Palmas on 29th December. Wasn't exactly sure what to expect from such a small airline. The CRJ200 plane was fine, albeit somewhat dated. Service on board was very efficient, with a nice spread of snacks for a 1h45m flight. I would definitely fly with them again! A good airline.



Binter Canarias Customer review :  7 November 2013 by P Kieran    (UK)

Rating : 8/10

Score 8 out of 10

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Flew from Gran Canaria (Las Palmas) to Tenerife North airport. Flight time was about 20 mins in a small ATR-72 aircraft. Legroom was minimal, I'm 6'5" and would not have managed much more than 20mins! Hand-luggage space is limited, although your ticket entitles you to 6kg of hand-luggage and a further 20kg of checked-in luggage. The flight time is long enough for cabin crew to serve a cup of water and give you a complimentary biscuit, not much but more than most airlines give these days! Flight left 20mins late, this was due to air traffic control problems. If you're island-hopping, it does the job!



Binter Canarias Customer review :  26 September 2013 by D Freitas    (Portugal)

Rating : 10/10

Score 10 out of 10

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FNC-LPA-FNC. Again perfect service, very professional and attentive flight attendants however not overly friendly. Having a small bread with cheese plus their traditional dried fruit is a nice touch. Planes are ATR, though the flights are very comfortable and not too much noisier than Airbus.



Binter Canarias customer review :  1 August 2011 by Diogo Freitas (Portugal)

 

Trip Rating :  10/10

Score 10 out of 10

Recommended:

Yes

Value for Money:

Yes

Cabin Flown:

Economy

Funchal to Lanzarote via Las Palmas and back. The flights were on time, crew smiling and served a snack between Funchal and Las Palmas - which for a flight of about 1 hr 30 mins was a treat. Gran Canaria airport is busy all the time, but actually it is very easy and simple to use.


Binter Canarias customer review :  5 June 2011 by L Frederic (Germany)

 

Trip Rating :  7/10

Score 7 out of 10

Recommended:

Yes

Value for Money:

Yes

Cabin Flown:

Economy

FUE-LPA: Booked this as a part of a TUI holiday package. They booked me on FUE-LPA with Binter and then on their own airline TUIfly from LPA to MUC. I tried to check in at the Binter Counter in FUE the day before. Staff reasonably friendly and efficient, but not a lot of English skills. They checked me through to TUIfly to MUC. Flight was delayed for around 35 minutes. No announcement about delay was made. When the late aircraft arrived they made people board as fast as possible. Flight was on an ATR which seemed well maintained and had comfortable leather seats. Catering water and chocolate bar, fine for this short hop. Transferring in LPA is easy, although passengers possibly could easily miss the sign for connecting flights.


Binter Canarias - by Paul Owen
3 January 2007

I fly regularly with Binter between Las Palmas and Tenerife. I find the airline generally punctual (except for extreme weather conditions - usually at Tenerife North) and the staff very attentive. Fares can be pricey but if you choose your flight times during the day you can get some good deals. Occasionally I have flown with Islas Airways but have found them unreliable and subject to flight cancellations which has been most inconvenient. Their ground staff also tend to be uncommunicative.

Binter Canarias - by Fran Davila
29 August 2005

I can't believe what Mr. Cartwright is saying about Binter Canarias. I'm a Canarian native (and aviation fan) and due to my job I often (usually once a week) fly with Binter Canarias. The only true is that the price is very expensive for such a short trip. For the rest, nothing is true. Binter planes almost always depart on time. I must say that in 6 years flying weekly I remember just a few cases in which the plane departed later or simply didn't depart, and almost always it was due to unusual strong weather or other reasons not directly related to Binter. The fleet is modern (ATR- 72-200 and 500, the ATR-42's were sold) and comfortable (remember we're talking about an ATR. Just don't compare it to a B-737 or A-320), and the newer airplanes are much less noisy than earlier versions, because of the use of six-blades twisted propellers. The service on-board is nice and I've never had any incident while flying with Binter. The ATR fleet is not newer nor older than that of Binter. It's the same ATR-72 (well, they fly the ATR-42, too).

 

Binter Canarias - by Martin Cartwright

15 August 2005

As a Briton living in Las Palmas, I often use Binter Canarias between the islands. I have found them extremely expensive, even with my 35% Canarian resident's discount (77€ for the 25 min LPA-TFN return flight) to travel on an uncomfortable, noisy, usually delayed ATR-72. When the delay is more than an hour, it is impossible to get info because of the total absence of airside ground staff. The flights that it subcontracts to NAYSA (Beechcraft 19 passengers) are far better. Islas Airways, a subsidiary of Santa Barbara Airline has started operations on some of the same routes, with the same, but newer planes, at a lower cost and better service.

 

Binter Canarias - by John McDermott

25 June 2005

Binter Canarias is a reliable no frills inter island commuter service. There is really not much more to add! I have used them frequently ,and there is little to elaborate about this basic commuter service.!



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