Cutting the ribbon to celebrate the start of services between Santo Domingo and Miami are Miami-Dade Aviation Department Chief of Staff, Joseph Napoli, and PAWA Dominicana President, Luis Ramirez. The new 13 times weekly service will compete with American Airlines’ 19 weekly flights.
- PAWA Dominicana on 16 November launched a 13 times weekly service between Santo Domingo (SDQ) and Miami (MIA) in Florida. The route will be served by the airline’s MD-83s. Competition comes from American Airlines which already operates the 1,365-kilometre route with 19 weekly flights. For PAWA Dominicana, this is its first sector to the US and the only one of the nine scheduled routes it operates which is served at least daily. Its fleet currently comprises seven MD-80-series aircraft. See how Miami Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.