Air Century and Sky High offer up to 17 weekly flights between Cuba and the Dominican Republic in March

The flight market between Cuba and the Dominican Republic is one of the markets with the most offers at present, with up to 17 weekly flights available between Santo Domingo and several Cuban cities, reported Arecoa.

According to the official flight schedule released by Empresa Cubana de Aeropuertos y Servicios Aeroportuarios (ECASA), Dominican airlines Air Century and Sky High will operate routes between the two nations in March.

The arrival point on Dominican soil is Las Americas International Airport (AILA) in the capital Santo Domingo; while the destinations in Cuba are: Havana, Varadero, Camagüey, Santa Clara, Holguín and Santiago de Cuba.

Flights between Cuba and Dominican Republic by Air Century

José Martí International Airport (Havana): Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Juan Gualberto Gómez International Airport (Varadero): Every Monday.

Abel Santamaría International Airport (Santa Clara): Every Friday.

Ignacio Agramonte International Airport (Camagüey): Every Thursday

Frank País International Airport (Holguín): Every Monday

Antonio Maceo International Airport (Santiago de Cuba): Mondays, Tuesdays and Saturdays.

Flights to Cuba from Dominican Republic operated by Sky High

José Martí International Airport (Havana): Mondays and Fridays

Antonio Maceo International Airport (Santiago de Cuba): Tuesdays and Saturdays

Frank País International Airport (Holguín): Thursdays and Sundays.

Air Century and Sky High are low-cost airlines that minimize the price of their airline tickets with baggage restrictions. The basic ticket includes one carry-on bag plus one personal item such as a handbag or backpack. To add more luggage in the hold of the plane, the customer must contract the service separately.

Sky High airline warns that “if the carry-on baggage exceeds the allowed dimensions, it will be sent to the hold of the aircraft as checked baggage. Applicable excess baggage charges will be made”.

It is recalled that the Dominican Republic requires a visa for a passenger with a Cuban passport to enter its territory.

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