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Dominican airline Sky High activates nine weekly flights to Venezuela Connections to St Maarten

Dominican airline Sky High activates nine weekly flights to Venezuela Connections to St Maarten

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Among the routes include: Caracas, Maracaibo, Valencia and Porlamar

Caracas.- The Dominican airline Sky High Aviation Services SA announced that it will begin operations with nine weekly flights to Venezuela as of July 1st. The connection will be for four national destinations.

As it was known, the routes include: Caracas, Maracaibo, Valencia and Porlamar.

Sky High stated in a press release that it will connect Venezuela with the Dominican Republic, Aruba, Curaçao, St. Maarten, Antigua, Bonaire, St. Kitts, Tortola, Anguilla, Guadeloupe, Martinique.

In addition, it does not rule out the possibility of enabling destinations such as Miami.

Dominican airline Sky High activates nine weekly flights to Venezuela Connections to St Maarten

In the airline statement, Lesley Sarjeant Baiz, commercial manager of Sky High in Venezuela, stated that the intention is to connect Venezuela with other destinations.

He also assured that the company has the corresponding permits to operate in the country.

Currently the airline has a fleet of Embraer 145 and Embraer 190 aircraft.

Sarjeant said that Sky High will connect Porlamar, via Santo Domingo, with Aruba and other Caribbean islands.

He also specified that they offer three daily flights from Caracas, and two from Maracaibo, Valencia and Porlamar, with flexible schedules to make connections.

Those interested in the Sky High ticket office will be able to acquire it through travel agencies, detailed the Dominican company.

The airline is expected to open its ticket sales offices soon.

Dominican airline Sky High activates nine weekly flights to Venezuela Connections to St Maarten

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