Sol Dominicana Airlines

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Sol Dominicana Airlines
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IATA
DA
ICAO
SDA
Callsign
Sol Airlines
Founded 2007
Ceased operations 2009 (operated a few flights between LRM and CUN before ceasing)
Hubs
Secondary hubs
Focus cities
Fleet size 4
Destinations 12
Headquarters Sao Paulo and La Romana
Key people Eduardo S. Costa (President)
Website Sol Dominicana Airlines

Sol Dominicana Airlines or Sol Airlines was an airline that operated charter flights from the Dominican Republic to Mexico, Canada, U.S., South America, Germany and Spain with two types of aircraft. The airline's main hub was La Romana International Airport.

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The Sol Dominicana Airlines fleet consisted of the following aircraft (as of 12 September 2008) [1]::

Sol Dominicana Airlines Fleet
Aircraft Total Passengers
(Economy)
Notes
BAe 146-200 2 Both aircraft arrived to LRM
Boeing 767-200 2 224 Leased from Air China

The first airline's first airplane, a BAe-146, arrived at La Romana International Airport from Mexico on June 7, 2007.

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