SkyHigh announces in Madrid new connections to Caribbean

In the presence of government representatives from the Dominican Republic and Cuba, important social, economic and tourist social, economic and tourism personalities and the media, SkyHigh Dominicana executives held a cocktail party at which they announced the expansion of its fleet, new routes and an increase in the airline’s frequencies.

SkyHigh Dominicana is participating for the first time in FITUR 2023, accompanying the Ministry of Tourism of the Dominican Republic (MITUR), during the presentation of the Dominican tourism product at the leading tourism fair that brings together tourism professionals for the inbound and outbound markets of Ibero-America.

Due to its excellent geographical location and connectivity facilities, the Dominican Republic is the “Hub of the Caribbean” and SkyHigh Dominicana, as an expert airline in the operation from this hub, offers great advantages to its customers thanks also to the opportunity of multi-destinations and a wide number of frequencies, which make it the ideal ally at the time of traveling.

Cesarina Beauchamp, Commercial Director, gave the keynote address, highlighting the relevance of the multi-destination flight offer, with Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic as the hub for operations and connections to the Caribbean islands, North America, Central America and South America.

It currently flies to 21 destinations and carries out more than 4,000 operations a year; from the Caribbean with Santo Domingo, St. Maarten, Aruba, Curacao, Antigua, St. Kitts, Bonaire, Anguilla, Tortola, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Martinique, Havana, Santiago de Cuba, Kingston, Holguin and St. Thomas. From the United States with Miami, Providence and Tampa; and in South America, with Caracas, Venezuela, connecting the Caribbean with North America, Central America and South America.

Always thinking of facilitating the interconnectivity of its destinations, it recently increased to a daily frequency the Miami route and, the demand from the public has been so high that preparations are already being made for two operations per day. Additionally, the Providence route has been incorporated to facilitate access to the Dominican community, and Saint Thomas, which is part of the growth plan for our routes in the Caribbean.SkyHight DR

Beauchamp, speaking of the sustained growth they have maintained in their 12 years of operations and the flexibility of their flights, the executive announced: “You are the first to receive the good news, and that is that as of February 13 we will be connecting Martinique with Havana, allowing us to link Cuba with the French Caribbean. This will allow us to link Cuba with the French Caribbean and also offer a tourist option for the French arriving from Paris to Martinique”.

To conclude the protocol part of the activity, Fabian Gourdon, commercial director of Aeropuertos Dominicanos Siglo XXI (AERODOM), ratified the company’s commitment to the development of Dominican aeronautics, which he affirmed “is at its best moment”.

They indicated in the meeting that flights on SkyHigh Dominicana can be booked through 13 direct sales offices distributed in the destinations operated by the airline, as well as through the web page, more than 100 thousand travel agencies and OTAS worldwide.

During the activity, they emphasized their unwavering confidence in the Dominican Republic, both as a final destination and as an air transport hub to connect the entire region with multiple passenger and cargo ports, which motivates them to always provide excellent service at the highest level.


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