Sky High Dominicana adds two new Embraer aircraft to expand its Caribbean flights

Cesarina Beauchamp, general director of Sky High Dominicana, informed that two new Embraer 175 aircraft with a capacity of 88 passengers will be arriving in the next few days.

“These planes will be reserved to fly to some of the Caribbean islands where Sky High operates,” she said.

He said that with the new acquisition, 8 aircraft will be completed, so “we are excited with the good performance and the reception that this company has had”.

So far, the airline has a fleet of Embraer business class aircraft available, reaching 21 destinations with more than 4000 flights per year, according to Recorriendo con Salvador.

Sky High Dominicana has frequency and connectivity to the Caribbean islands, Venezuela and the United States. It also flies to 21 destinations, located in the Caribbean: Santo Domingo, St. Maarten, Aruba, Curacao, Havana, Santiago de Cuba.

Also to the United States: Miami, Providence and Tampa and in South America: Caracas, Venezuela.

As for the services offered by the airline, Beauchamp indicated that it provides its customers with carry-on luggage and a 70-pound suitcase, in addition to good on-board services such as snacks and beverages.

Source: Arecoa

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