Dominican Airline Red Air to Link La Romana and Six Cuban Airports
The Civil Aviation Board (JAC) in the Dominican Republic announced that Red Air, a Dominican airline with Venezuelan capital, has been awarded more than 1,300 flights on new routes from the International Airport of La Romana. The airline will begin with seven daily flights starting from July 11, 2023, until January 15, 2024, to Cuban airports such as Camagüey, Holguín, Havana, Santa Clara, Santiago de Cuba, and Varadero. According to Arecoa Magazine, Red Air won a special award for this.
More Flights from Dominican to Cuba
Red Air is not the only Dominican airline providing flights between these Caribbean islands. Others include Sky High with connections in Havana and Santiago de Cuba, and Air Century with routes to various airports on the island.
About Red Air
Based in the Dominican Republic, Red Air was founded in 2018 and launched in 2021. It offers domestic and international flights to popular destinations in the Caribbean and Latin America with modern aircraft. The airline provides a wide variety of services on board, including complimentary food and drinks on all flights, and has competitive fares with a commitment to customer satisfaction.