Sky High announces flights to Caracas, Valencia, Maracaibo and Margarita Island

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The Dominican airline Sky High announced that it will start regular flights to four destinations in Venezuela as of June, offering 9 weekly frequencies and allowing users to connect efficiently with the different destinations offered by the company, under the premise of quality, good service and safety.

Three airlines could return to Venezuela, according ALAV.

As of June 15, the airline will start flights between Las Americas International Airport in Santo Domingo and Caracas, with three weekly frequencies (Wednesday, Friday and Sunday). On the same day it will also inaugurate its route to Maracaibo, which will have two weekly frequencies (Wednesday and Sunday).

On June 16, it will start flights to Valencia, twice a week (Thursday and Saturday). On the same day, the same will happen with its route to Margarita Island, which will have two weekly frequencies (Thursday and Saturday).

The airline currently has a fleet of Embraer 145 and Embraer 190 aircraft, and offers flights to Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao, St Maarten, Anguilla, Antigua, Beef Island, Fort de France, Havana, Holguin, Pointe a Pitre, Santiago de Cuba, St Kitts and St Thomas.

Avior Airlines temporarily suspends Caracas – Panama route.

Sky High is in the process of incorporating new aircraft and expanding to more international destinations, which will allow travelers to reach the Dominican Republic and visit its tourist attractions or use the hub connections to Central America, the Caribbean and North America.

Sky High Aviation Services, S.A. obtained its Air Operator Certificate (AOC), on October 5, 2012, under the Dominican Civil Aviation Law 491-06 and operates under the RAD 121 Certification, having as its base of operations the International Airport of Las Americas José Francisco Peña Gómez in Santo Domingo.

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