PAWA Dominicana suspends operations, strands passengers

PAWA Dominicana (Santo Domingo) started stranding passengers at Santo Domingo (it was selling tickets but not operating the flights to Aruba and Curacao) on January 20. The carrier has now suspended all operations and owes money to the SDQ airport authorities.

Pan American World Airways Dominicana was established as a subsidiary of Pan American World Airways Corporation (3rd) (Portsmouth) in the Dominican Republic in 2002 using the name of PAWA Dominicana. According to its website, SERVAIR acquired the rights to the company in 2005. On May 10, 2007 the airline obtained its AOC number.

Today is a part of the Group SERVAIR.

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Copyright Photo: Robert Collazo. Painted in the last livery, this former American Airlines McDonnell Douglas DC-9-82 (MD-82) N450AA (msn 49476) at Opa-locka (near Miami) became HI-914 with PAWA Dominicana.