Sunrise Airways, la primera aerolínea haitiana que obtiene permiso para volar a República Dominicana y otros destinos del Caribe

Haiti – Economy : Sunrise Airways, a world-class airline…

Sunrise Airways announced having obtained a Part 129 Operating Permit from The Dominican Institute of Civil Aviation. It is the first Haitian airline to obtain this permit. The news enables Sunrise to elevate its flights between Port-au-Prince and Santo Domingo (JBQ) to regularly scheduled status, while also paving the way for added expansion to other destinations throughout the Caribbean.

“We’ve taken another big step forward with this announcement, one that will have a significant impact on our ability to successfully grow our route network in the months to come,” declared Philippe Bayard, President of Sunrise Airways. “My hat goes off to our dedicated team whose commitment to excellence in every phase of our operations made this possible. We’re proving something that many would’ve likely thought impossible not long ago: that Haiti can produce a world-class airline.”

The new Sunrise Airways regular service to Santo Domingo, builds upon its scheduled operations between Port-au-Prince, Haiti and Santiago de Cuba, Cuba. Travellers can connect on same-day service from Santo Domingo to Santiago de Cuba, via Port-au-Prince or vice versa.

Sunrise Airways also operates 52 weekly scheduled domestic flights between Port-au-Prince and Cap Haitien – four rotations daily Monday-Saturday, plus two rotations on Sundays.

“Even as we were working toward Part 129 certification, we were already in expansion mode, increasing our domestic flights between Port-au-Prince and Cap Haitien to meet consumer demand,” indicated Philippe Bayard. “Now we’re looking at acquiring larger aircraft to better connect the Caribbean.”

Learn more about Sunrise Airway :
Sunrise Airways possède et exploite une flotte composée d’appareils Jetstream 32 EP offrant le confort de sièges en cuir et beaucoup d’espace bagage dans la cabine pour une capacité maximale de 19 passagers. Basée à Port-au-Prince avec une installation de maintenance dédié à Santiago, République Dominicaine, Sunrise Airways est détenue par l’homme d’affaire reconnu haïtien et philanthrope, Philippe Bayard. Les membres de l’équipe dirigeante ont en moyenne plus de 15 ans d’expérience en aviation avec des marques de l’industrie bien connus commeAerocaribbean, Air Jamaica, BAE Systems, Condor Airlines, Jamaica Air Shuttle, et LAN Airlines.

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