The new Dominican airline RED Air, born at the height of the post-pandemic tourism recovery, has already taken off. This month the young company began operating charter flights between Miami (Florida, USA) and Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic). These flights began on November 1 and will have a daily frequency.
As explained by the airline itself, RED Air is contemplating a commercial expansion strategy. Therefore, the company plans to start regular flights from Costa Rica, Panama and Venezuela in the near future to continue its growth.
“The airline is certified by both the Dominican and international authorities to operate to and from these routes,” said Héctor Gómez, CEO of RED Air.