Sky High to open flight to Guyana with connections to Cuba and Venezuela

Sky High Dominicana will add a new destination to its main hub in Santo Domingo/Las Americas, the company announced its landing in Georgetown, Guyana, its second destination in South America.

The company will start its new route on February 15, operated by Embraer 190 aircraft with capacity for 97 passengers, divided into two classes (8 seats in business and 88 in economy).

According to the announcement, the service will be operated with two weekly flights with prices starting at USD 570 round trip (taxes included), offering connections to Cuba and Venezuela.

Schedule of the new Sky High flights

Santo Domingo – Georgetown flight DO 760 SDQ 10:50 – 13:20 GEO / Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.
Georgetown – Santo Domingo flight DO 761 GEO 14:20 – 16:50 SDQ / Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.
The new route will provide a weekly capacity of 582 seats. Tickets are now available for purchase on the airline’s website, and include a 32 kg suitcase, 7 kg carry-on bag, open bar and in-flight refreshments, according to Aviacionline.


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