Dominican airline Sky resumes flights to Antigua and 7 Caribbean destinations


The Dominican airline Sky High Aviation Services announced that it will resume operations to eight destinations in the Caribbean since the suspension of flights in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The airline is now taking bookings for flights to eight destinations from Santo Domingo’s Las Americas Airport to Curacao, Aruba, St. Maarten, Bonaire, Anguilla, St. Kitts, Antigua, and Tortola.

The Santo Domingo based carrier also announced that its joint venture partner Sky Cana welcomed its first plane to the Dominican Republic, an Airbus A321.

According to a press release, the new Dominican airline will begin operations on December 14 using the 220-seater single-isle plane.

The A321 is the largest member of the twin-engine Airbus A320 family with a short to medium range.

Sky HIgh has a fleet of 6 aircraft including a Beech 99, two Beechcraft 1900D, two Jetstream 41 and an Embraer 145. — Guyana Aviation

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  1. Is this the same airline that left people stranded in ANU?

    Ceased operations in March, COVID19?

    This information is false, fake news.

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