Aeromar Líneas Aéreas Dominicanas

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Aeromar Líneas Aéreas Dominicanas, S.A.
Aeromar logo.svg
IATA
BQ
ICAO
ROM
Callsign
BRAVO QUEBEC
Founded 1998
Ceased operations 2003
Hubs
Secondary hubs
Focus cities
Fleet size 12
Destinations 13
Parent company Aeromar Líneas Aéreas Dominicanas, Inc.
Headquarters Santo Domingo and Santiago
Key people Raymundo Polanco (CEO) Ryan Polanco (CFO)
Website http://www.aeromarairlines.com (closed)

For the Mexican airline, see Aeromar.

Aeromar Líneas Aéreas Dominicanas was an airline based in the Dominican Republic.

History[edit]

The airline was established in 1998 to replace the defunct Dominicana de Aviación. Service began with a single Boeing 727 leased from Falcon Air, for routes to Miami and San Juan. In 2001, it bought a Boeing 747 to a new route to Madrid, but the route was suspended 5 months later due to heavy competition with Iberia. In 2002, new services to New York, In 2003 The Airlines began to fly to Aruba, Havana and Caracas with Boeing 737, Boeing 757 and Boeing 767. In 2003, the airline ceased operations. Aeromar leased its fleet of Boeing 757 from Icelandair and Boeing 767 from Air Atlanta. Aeromar was the first airline to fly New York– Santiago, DR route in 2002.

Their frequent flyer programs were Viajero de Plata (SilverFlyer).

Routes[edit]

  • Santo Domingo, DR (SDQ) - New York, New York (JFK)
  • Santo Domingo, DR (SDQ) - Miami, Florida (MIA)
  • Santo Domingo, DR (SDQ) - San Juan, PR (SJU)
  • Santo Domingo, DR (SDQ) - Aruba (AUA)
  • Santo Domingo, DR (SDQ) - La Havana, CU (HAV)
  • Santiago, DR (STI) - New York, New York (JFK)
  • Santiago, DR (STI) - San Juan, PR (SJU)

Destinations[edit]

Fleet[edit]

The Aeromar Líneas Aéreas Dominicanas fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of May 2003):

Aeromar Líneas Aéreas Dominicanas Fleet
Aircraft Total Notes
Boeing 727-200 4 San Juan and Miami routes
Boeing 737-200 1 Caribbean routes
Boeing 737-300 1 Caribbean and Miami routes
Boeing 747-200 1 Madrid and Miami routes
Boeing 757-200 2 New York, Boston and Miami routes
Boeing 767-200 2 New York routes and charters to Europe
Boeing 767-300 1 Miami routes and charters to Europe

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