Dominican airline Sky High today began flying another frequency on the route from Santo Domingo to Miami, which will allow the Dominican Republic to become a hub for air connections to several Caribbean islands.
In effect, there are now two daily flights departing from Santo Domingo at 12:30 noon and 8:30 pm. The information was confirmed by the president of the Civil Aviation Board (JAC), Jose Ernesto Marte Piantini.
During an interview in El Día last November, Cesarina Beauchamp, commercial director of the airline, which has been in the market for more than 12 years, said that this route will allow Dominicans and tourists to connect with the United States.
Beauchamp indicated that this route, together with the incorporation of Boston, will be added to the 14 destinations to which they have direct flights.
He cited Anguilla, Havana, Antigua, Martinique, Aruba, Bonaire, Saint Maarten, Tortola, Saint Kitts, Curaçao, Santiago de Cuba, Guadeloupe, Caracas, Venezuela, and Santo Domingo, DR, among the countries to which they operate flights.
By 2024 Sky High executives project to have a fleet worth over US$100,000,000.
He noted that competitive rates start at US$350.00.
It was born from the hand of Juan Chamizo with internal travel from Punta Cana to Samaná.