Air Inter Island

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Líneas Aéreas Inter Islas, S.R.L.,[1] doing business as Air Inter Island, is a Dominican Republic-based air carrier that operates domestics and international flights in the Dominican Republic and Haiti.

History[edit]

The airline was founded August 15, 2003 by Martin Maldonado Frómeta, a former Eastern and Continental Airlines executive.[1]

Following the purchase of a first aircraft, a Britten Norman Islander, series BN-2A-8 on June 8, 2003 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida[1], the company operates as an "on-demand" charter airline serving the Dominican Republic and Haiti. The airline's main route was a daily service between Punta Cana and Samana (Arroyo Barril Airport).

On November 27, 2009, Air Inter Island received its AOC from the Instituto Dominicano de Aviacion Civil-IDAC.[1]

Hubs[edit]

Air Inter Island's main base is at Punta Cana International Airport in Punta Cana, Higuey.

Destinations[edit]

As of January 2015 no schedules flights are on offer[2]; only charter-on-demand in the Dominican Republic, and Haiti is available.

Fleet[edit]

  • 1 Piper Cherokee Six
  • 1 Britten Norman BN-2A-8

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d About Us." Air Inter Island. Retrieved on January 15, 2012.
  2. ^ Schedule on airinterisland.com, retrieved January 20, 2015

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