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interCaribbean announces new Santo Domingo-Sint Maarten-Santo Domingo nonstop flights
Providenciales, Turks & Caicos, April 1, 2018 – interCaribbean Airways celebrating 26 years of continuous services, is pleased to announce new daily (except Wednesday) nonstop services from Santo Domingo to Sint Maarten and Sint Maarten to Santo Domingo. Additional flight option via Tortola to Sint Maarten daily giving 13 possible flights weekly.
Travelers from Providenciales can now enjoy one stop onward flights, and 2 stop flights from Nassau and Kingston.
The new non-stop flights start from April 26th and are now on sale.
FL# FROM TO EFFECTIVE UNTIL DAYS DEP ARR
233A SDQ SXM 26-APR18 03-Nov18 1, 4, 6 08:55AM 10:45AM
233P SDQ SXM 26-APR18 03-Nov18 2, 5, 7 2:10AM 04:00PM
234A SXM SDQ 26-APR18 03-Nov18 2, 5, 7 11:20AM 1:10PM
234P SXM SDQ 26-APR18 03-Nov18 1, 4, 6 04:35PM 6:25PM
SXM = Sint Maarten, Princess Juliana International Airport, SDQ= Santo Domingo International Airport.
1=Monday, 2=Tuesday, 4=Thursday,5=Friday, 6=Saturday, 7=Sunday
interCaribbean has expanded its schedule to new points throughout the Caribbean connecting more of the Caribbean than any other Airline.
CEO Trevor Sadler, stated “From April 26th we bring even more of the convenience of interCaribbean Airways schedules to travelers throughout the Caribbean. This new service creates options of up to 13 flights a week either non-stop or via Tortola giving Sint Maarten and the Dominican Republic even more options. Travelers via Tortola can also enjoy connections to Dominica and St Lucia, as well as San Juan, St Thomas and St Croix.
Visit interCaribbean.com to learn more about the company and its operations.
interCaribbean operates EMB 120, Twin Otter and shortly ERJ145 aircraft connecting the Turks & Caicos Islands, Antigua, the British Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Cuba, Haiti, Jamaica, the Bahamas, St Thomas and St Croix in the US Virgin Islands, Dominica, St Lucia and St. Maarten. Domestic flights are operated in the Turks & Caicos Islands, as well as in Jamaica between Kingston and Montego Bay.
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