AirbusAir Caraïbes’ new A350 XWB (DR Airbus)

Air Caraïbes

, a Caribbean airline, and Sunrise Airways (Haiti) have signed a commercial cooperation agreement. It allows passengers to book an end-to-end trip to and from the Haitian provinces. Cap Haïtien, Les Cayes and Jérémie in Haiti are now easily accessible from Paris-Orly.

Air Caraïbes currently serves Haiti once a week from Paris-Orly every Tuesday. The airline will increase its frequencies from June 13. Two weekly flights will connect Orly to Port-au-Prince every Monday and Wednesday.

Sunrise Airways was created in 2009. The company is based in Haiti but also has a subsidiary in the Dominican Republic. It provides connections within Haiti as well as between Haiti and the Dominican Republic and Cuba. Connections between Port-au-Prince and the Haitian provinces are made by Embraer 120 Brasilia. This aircraft has a capacity of 30 seats. On international routes, the carrier mainly uses a Boeing 737-300 or an Airbus A320.

Luc Citrinot

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