Last Updated on Friday, 12 December 2014, 22:05 by GxMedia
San Juan, Dec 12 (EFE).- Regional airline InterCaribbean Airways this weekend begins new non-stop services linking Jamaica and the Dominican Republic with Haiti.
Scheduled services will begin Dec. 13 between Kingston’s Norman Manley International Airport and Port-au-Prince, and between the Haitian capital and Santo Domingo International Airport, InterCaribbean said in a statement.
Direct one-hour flights will be offered twice a week.
The new service fits in with the Haitian Tourism Ministry’s initiative “to increase flights and build Haiti as a leisure destination,” the airline said.
InterCaribbean Airways is based in Turks and Caicos and has been operating for 23 years.