Aero Continente Dominicana
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|Hubs||Las Américas International Airport|
|Headquarters||Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic|
Aero Continente Dominicana was short-lived airline based in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, operating out of Las Américas International Airport on behalf of Aero Continente from Peru, its parent company.
Aero Continente decided to establish a wholly owned subsidiary in Santo Domingo in 2001. Thus, Aero Continente Dominicana was created and it received one Boeing 737-200 aircraft in May 2002. Over the following months, a limited number of scheduled flights to Miami was offered. In August 2003, the aircraft was returned to Aero Continente, which marked the end of the Dominicana subsidiary.
- Information about Aero Continente Dominicana provided by the Aero Transport Data Bank
- Aero Continente fleet list at planespotters.net
- "History of Aero Continente (in Spanish)". Archived from the original on 2011-07-07. Retrieved 2011-07-06.