Sky High open flights between Rhode Island and Santo Domingo

Sky High Aviation Services Dominicana will launch flight services from the State of Rhode Island to the José Francisco Peña Gómez International Airport of the Americas (AILA), starting May 15, 2023.

Cesarina Beauchamp, commercial director of SkyHigh Dominicana, said that the company has focused its efforts on facilitating access to the Dominican community in different destinations, and this time presents a direct flight route between Providence and Santo Domingo, with boardings from the Rhode Island airport (T. F. Green International Airport) that will connect with the AILA.

“With this new flight initiative from Rhode Island, first time to be achieved, also SkyHigh Dominicana, facilitates access to and from the Dominican Republic for residents in the cities of Boston, Providence, Lawrence and other nearby access to the airport,” he said.

He said that the new route, due to its excellent geographical location and connectivity facilities, the Dominican Republic is the “Hub of the Caribbean” and SkyHigh as an expert airline in the operation from that hub, offers great advantages to its customers, thanks to the opportunity of multi-destinations, which makes it the ideal ally when traveling.Sky High

He said that unlike other airlines, SkyHigh will offer flight facilities without paying for luggage, especially without the inconveniences that Dominicans face when they have to travel from Rhode Island for more than an hour to catch a flight at the Boston Massachusett airport, without knowing when they will arrive at their destination.

“At the beginning we will have three weekly flights (Monday, Wednesday and Friday); however, from now on they can make inquiries, reservations and purchase tickets through the main agencies in the area, virtual travel agencies and on our website SkyHighDO.com,” Beauchamp recalled, according to the local press.

He also indicated that flights on SkyHigh Dominicana can be booked through 13 direct sales offices distributed in the destinations operated by the airline, as well as via the website, more than 100 thousand travel agencies and others worldwide.

Source: Arecoa.com

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