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Thursday, December 11, 2014

InterCaribbean Airways new services in Haiti, Jamaica and Dominican Republic


PROVIDENCIALES, Turks & Caicos Islands - InterCaribbean Airways is pleased to announce the commencement of new non-stop services to and from Kingston, Jamaica and Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic to Port au Prince, Haiti. 

 

interCaribbean Airways begins scheduled services on December 13, 2014, between Kingston Normal Manley International Airport and Port au Prince, Haiti, and also Port au Prince to Santo Domingo International Airport.  With high hopes for this service, the business and leisure traveler will be able to enjoy this new service in just an hour of travel time. 

 

In concert with the mission of the Ministry of Tourism, and Minister Stephanie Villedrouin to increase flights and build Haiti as a leisure destination, these new services will extend the travel options for the visitors to neighboring islands as an easy means to travel to Haiti and extend their vacation stays.

 

Flight No. JY 217

From: PAP, To: PLS

Frequency: Wed, Sun

Dep: 01:25 PM, Arr: 02:35 PM

 

Flight No.JY 623

From: PAP, To: SDQ

Frequency: Thu, Sat

Dep: 11:25 AM, Arr: 01:20 PM

 

Flight No. JY 217/250

From: PAP*, To: KIN

Frequency: Wed (*via PLS)

Dep: 01:25 PM, Arr: 04:50 PM

 

Flight No. JY 624

From: PAP, To: KIN

Frequency: Fri, Sat

Dep: 03:20 PM, Arr: 04:40 PM

 

Flight No. JY 217/250

From: PAP*, To: KIN

Frequency: Sun (*via PLS)

Dep: 01:25 PM, Arr: 04:50 PM

 

Seats are on sale, and bookable immediately at interCaribbean.com or calling our call centers and visiting our airport locations.  Customers may also visit their preferred travel agency.

 

Said Trevor Sadler CEO of interCaribbean Airways, we are pleased to offer these new routes to give the more choices and more connectivity across the Caribbean and support Haiti as it grows its appeal to the vacation visitor, while facilitating new business opportunities.  We look forward to increasing the frequency and number of destinations we serve in the New Year.

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