Sky High Aviation Services is a small airline based in the Dominican Republic. The airline was founded in 2012 and operates scheduled flights in the Caribbean, using its fleet of propeller driven aircraft. Private charter flights to destinations within the Caribbean are also available.
Passengers can enjoy a complimentary cold snack and beverage on-board, and travel comfortably in padded seats. The airline’s staff are dedicated to providing the highest standard of service.
The airline currently operates scheduled flights to 11 destinations in the Caribbean:
|Antigua and Barbuda,
British Virgin Islands
The following are popular charter destinations:
Las Américas International Airport is an international airport located in Punta Caucedo, Dominion Republic.
The airport is run by Aeropuertos Dominicanos Siglo XXI, which is a private corporation based under a 25-year concession to build, operate, and transfer six of the country's airports.
The airport is the second-busiest in the country, after Punta Cana International Airport.
Airlines that fly to Las Américas International Airport include Aeroméxico, Air France, Air Europa, Air Transat, American Airlines, Aeromexico, Air Antilles, Air Caraobes, Avianca, Condor, Delta Airlines, Wingo, Winair, and Turpial Airlines.
Sky High Aviation Services is planning to use its recently acquired E145 to open up flights to Colombia later this quarter.
The Dominican Republic-based carrier acquired HI1024 (msn 145230) in late October last year and is currently using the aircraft on charter services.
According to Dominicanavuela.com, the carrier said in a presentation earlier this month that it will add a further three aircraft to its fleet in 2019 as it prepares to expand its route network.
At present, Sky High Aviation operates a single Beech 99, two Beech 1900Ds, and two Jetstream 41s used to connect its Santo Domingo hub with 12 destinations around the Caribbean. However, during the current quarter of the year, Sky High plans (on adding) several more destinations.