Air Santo Domingo

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Air Santo Domingo (Aerolíneas Santo Domingo) was the flag carrier airline of the Dominican Republic. It operated scheduled domestic services and flights to Haiti. It wet-leased additional aircraft from Servicios Aéreos Profesionales, which it used for ad hoc, on demand charter services to the United States.

The airline is merged with Servicios Aéreos Profesionales, Inc.[1]

Air Santo Domingo
IATA
EX
ICAO
SDO
Callsign
AIR SANTO DOMINGO
Founded 1996
Ceased operations 2005 (merged with SAP Air)
Focus cities
Frequent-flyer program EXtra Miles
Alliance SAP Group
Fleet size 12
Destinations 8
Parent company Aerolíneas Santo Domingo, S.A.
Headquarters Las Américas International Airport
Key people Jose Miguel Patin
Website http://www.airsantodomingo.com.do/
Air Santo Domingo Boeing 757-200, Port of Spain, 2004

Code data[edit]

  • IATA Code: EX
  • ICAO Code: SDO
  • Callsign: Air Santo Domingo [2]

History[edit]

[citation needed]

The airline was established in 1996, wholly owned by Servicios Aéreos Profesionales, S.A. The Airline flew to certain destinations in the Caribbean, to the USA and to Puerto Rico, covering routes to John F. Kennedy International Airport and Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport with one Boeing 727-200 and one Boeing 757-200 leased from Transmeridian Airlines.

Fleet[edit]

The Air Santo Domingo fleet included the following aircraft (at August 2006):[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ DOT Filing, January 30, 2008.
  2. ^ Airline Codes
  3. ^ Flight International, 3–9 October 2006

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