Sky High Aviation Services is scheduled to launch flights to Venezuela next June. The airline will offer service from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (SDQ) to Caracas (CCS), Maracaibo (MAR), Valencia (VLN) and Porlamar (PMV). For the first time the company will operate scheduled passenger operations to South America.

Sky High received authorization from the Civil Aviation Board (JAC) in January of this year to connect the Caribbean country and the Venezuelan territory with non-stop flights. The new routes are already available for sale on the company’s website.

Flight schedule to Venezuela

Santo Domingo (SDQ) – Caracas (CCS)

Starts on June 15, 2022, with three weekly flights (Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday) operated by Embraer E190.

  • Flight DO710 SDQ 14:00 – CCS 15:30
  • Flight DO711 CCS 17:00 – SDQ 18:30

See also: Sky High Aviation to add two Embraer E190s

Santo Domingo (SDQ) – Maracaibo (MAR)

Starts on June 15, 2022, with two weekly flights (Wednesday and Sunday) operated in Embraer ERJ 145 with 50 seats.

  • Flight DO730 SDQ 08:00 – MAR 09:30
  • Flight DO731 TUE 11:00 – SDQ 12:30
Santo Domingo (SDQ) – Valencia (VLN)

Starts on June 16, 2022, with two weekly flights (Thursdays and Saturdays) operated by Embraer ERJ 145 with 50 seats.

  • Flight DO720 SDQ 14:00 – VLN 15:30
  • Flight DO721 VLN 17:00 – SDQ 18:30
Santo Domingo (SDQ) – Porlamar (PMV)

Starts on June 16, 2022, with two weekly flights (Thursdays and Saturdays) operated by Embraer ERJ 145 with 50 seats.

  • Flight DO740 SDQ 14:00 – PMV 15:30
  • Flight DO741 PMV 17:00 – SDQ 18:30

The Dominican Republic is one of the most popular international destinations for Venezuelan travelers for leisure and onward international connections. According to data obtained by The Civil Aviation Board (JAC), 166,616 passengers were mobilized in 2019 between the Caribbean and the South American country, and the main route was Santo Domingo (SDQ) and Caracas (CCS), where 118,324 passengers were mobilized.

With the arrival of Sky High Aviation, Las Americas International Airport (SDQ) will be connected to six cities in Venezuela, including services to Caracas (CCS), Valencia (VLN), Maracaibo (MAR), Barcelona (BLA), Barquisimeto (BRM) and Porlamar (PMV), where the Dominican Republic will be its only international connection.

Airlines that offer flights between Santo Domingo (SDQ) and Venezuela

  • Caracas (CCS): Avior, LASER, Venezolana, Sky Atlantic and Sky High Aviation (from June 15).
  • Maracaibo (MAR): Sky High Aviation (from June 15).
  • Valencia (VLN): Turpial Airlines and Sky High Aviation (as of June 16).
  • Barquisimeto (BRM): Venezolana.
  • Barcelona (BLA): Avior.
  • Porlamar (PMV): Sky High Aviation (from June 16).

Sky High’s international network also offers flights to more than 10 destinations in the Caribbean including popular destinations such as Aruba (AUA), Curacao (CUR), St. Maarten (SXM), Havana (HAV) among others. In addition, the airline will operate for the first time in the United States with a route between Santo Domingo (SDQ) and Miami (MIA). These flights are still awaiting government approval and will be available for sale soon.

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