VolAir

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Not to be confused with Volaris, a low-cost airline of Mexico.

VolAir Lineas Aereas del Caribe
IATA ICAO Callsign
- - VOLAIR
Founded 2003
Ceased operations September 2011
Hubs
Secondary hubs
Fleet size 8
Destinations 11
Parent company Servair
Headquarters Santo Domingo
Website http://www.govolair.com/

VolAir was a Dominican-based airline that offered flights between many airports in the Dominican Republic and Haiti. Its hub was La Isabela International Airport in Santo Domingo.

History[edit]

Volair was founded in 2003 and carries more than 3,000 passengers on its 8 white and yellow coloured aircraft. More than 6 airports in Dominican Republic are served. Aircraft range from the Cessna 172 with 3 seats to the Jetsream with seating up to 19.

Fleet[edit]

Volair operated with a varied fleet of light commercial aircraft.

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