Sky High Aviation inaugurated flights to Venezuela

Last weekend Sky High Aviation began its operations in Venezuela with the inauguration of two new services to Maracaibo (MAR) and Porlamar (PMV): both services were operated by Embraer ERJ 145. This is the first time that the Dominican airline has landed in North America South.

With the arrival of Sky High, Santiago Mariño International Airport once again has international operations. On July 2, the first service was flight DO 741, aircraft registration HI1052 took off from Porlamar (PMV) at 9:22 p.m. local time and landed at Las Americas International Airport at 10:59 p.m.

Flight route

  • Santo Domingo – Porlamar (Margarita Island) Flight DO740 SDQ 2:00 p.m. – VLN 3:30 p.m. Thursday and Saturday.
  • Porlamar (Margarita Island) – Santo Domingo Flight DO741 VLN 5:00 p.m. – SDQ 6:30 p.m. Thursday and Saturday.

“We are an airline of Dominican capital with 10 years in the Caribbean market and now we are coming to Venezuela with the intention of connecting it to other destinations; this market has enormous potential and needs that we can cover with our 9 weekly frequencies,” said Lesley Sarjeant Baiz, Commercial Director of Sky High in Venezuela.

Photo: BAER SA Venezuela Press

On July 3, the company began operations at La Chinita International Airport (MAR), the first service was flight DO 730 operated in an Embraer ERJ 145 registered under registration number HI1053, the aircraft took off from Santo Domingo (SDQ) at 07:58 local time and landed in Maracaibo (MAR) at 09:26. The airline also inaugurated its first office in the state capital of Zulia last Saturday.

Flight route

  • Santo Domingo – Maracaibo Flight DO730 SDQ 08:00 a.m. – TUE 09:30 a.m. Friday and Sunday.
  • Maracaibo – Santo Domingo Flight DO731 Tue 5:00 p.m. – SDQ 6:30 p.m. Friday and Sun.
Sky High Maracaibo
Photo: BAER SA Venezuela Press

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Sky High plans to start routes to Caracas (CCS) and Valencia (VLN) from July 6 and 7 respectively, the airline will serve major South American markets from Las Americas International Airport (SDQ). Passengers will also have the option to connect to other destinations in the airline’s network such as Curacao (CUR), Aruba (AUA) and Miami (MIA).

According to data obtained by Aviacionline through the Civil Aviation Council (JAC), 125,881 passengers flew between the Dominican Republic and Venezuela in 2021, making it the Caribbean country’s largest market in America. from South.

See also: Caribbean: Sky High Aviation Services takes delivery of its first Embraer E190

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