Sky High opens Santo Domingo-Miami flight for US$373 roundtrip
Sky High Dominicana began operations between Miami International Airport and the International Airport of the Americas, Doctor José Francisco Peña Gómez (AILA).
Cesarina Beauchamp, executive of the Dominican airline, informed that it would have several weekly flights; SDQ-MIA on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays, departing at 8:30 pm MIA-SDQ on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays, departing at 10:00 am.
He highlighted that, despite the route starting in December, which is high season, the round trip ticket cost would be US$373 so that everyone can access Sky High’s new destination.
According to a press release, the operations will be carried out in new airplanes and with the security that characterizes them.
Juan Chamizo, president of the company, said, “it is a great satisfaction for us to continue connecting our passengers, now with the city of Miami. We are an airline with 12 years of experience, which has been paving the way and making constant efforts to become a leader in connecting the Caribbean islands with Santo Domingo. This has all been thanks to our quality of service, the security provided, the management and the good management we have had since day one.”
He indicated that the proof of the excellent work they have done is backed by the main certifications held by the airline that travels to North American and European territories with commercial and cargo flights.
“To these and all our openings today we add one more, which is Miami, a route that we are sure, like the others, will be a great success,” said the executive.