ALTA welcomes a new airline: Sky High Dominicana

The Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association (ALTA) is pleased to welcome a new airline as a full member: Sky High Dominicana.

Who is Sky High Dominicana?

Sky High Aviation Services Dominicana, S.A. is a passenger airline based in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic operating scheduled flights to Aruba (2 weekly flights), Bonaire (1 weekly flight), Curaçao (2 weekly flights), Anguilla (1 weekly flight), Antigua (1 weekly flight), St. Maarten (4 weekly flights), St. Kitts (1 weekly flight), Martinique (2 weekly flights), Guadeloupe (2 weekly flights) and Tortola (2 weekly flights).

Founded in March 2011, the airline began operating air tours within the Dominican Republic and, over the years has expanded its range of operations, becoming the first Dominican airline to offer scheduled flights to the entire Caribbean.

Today Sky High has a fleet composed exclusively of jets (50-seat Embraer-145LR) and is in the process of acquiring two 97-seat Embraer-190s, which will allow it to continue strengthening its scheduled and charter operations.

Sky High transported more than 80 thousand passengers in 2021, with a projection to surpass that mark in the current year 2022. The airline will soon start operations from Santo Domingo to Venezuela (Caracas, Valencia, Maracaibo, Margarita) and to Miami.

What do ALTA and Sky High say about this alliance?

“We are very happy to welcome the entire Sky High team to ALTA and to reinforce the work we have been developing in the Caribbean, a region where aviation and tourism play a fundamental role in the socioeconomic well-being of the population. Sky High has enormous potential and is taking important steps with growth prospects. I am sure that its participation in ALTA will be of great value to further develop connectivity and bring more people the opportunity to make use of air transportation,” comments José Ricardo Botelho, CEO ALTA.

“For us (Sky High), safety and quality are the highest priority. It is a great step to be part of ALTA. Fundamental to enrich our experience and to keep us at the forefront sharing with other members in the different conferences and forums. Definitely a great opportunity,” says Juan Chamizo, CEO Sky High.

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