Sunrise Airways expands its jet operations

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Starting November 28, 2017, Sunrise Airways of Haiti will launch its first flight from Port-au-Prince to Curaçao.

The Haitian carrier issued this statement:

Haiti-based Sunrise Airways announced its intent to launch new nonstop service between its hub at Toussaint Louverture International Airport in Port-au-Prince (PAP) and Hato International Airport in Curacao (CUR) beginning November 28, 2017. The new twice-weekly service is the carrier’s first-ever flights to/from Curacao.

Sunrise Airways will deploy both its Boeing 737-800 and Airbus A320 aircraft on its new Curacao route. Both aircraft feature two classes of service – business and economy. Maximum seating for the Boeing 737 is 168 passengers (18 seats in business class, 150 in economy), while the Airbus A320 can accommodate a total of 150 passengers (12 seats in business class, 138 in economy).

Previously the carrier started four flights a week service to Orlando on October 18, 2017.

The new flag carrier will also commence Port-au-Prince and Cap-Haitien flights to Miami starting on December 16, 2017.

Top Photo: Sunrise Airways.

Copyright Photo Below: Sunrise Airways (Haiti) (SmartWings) Boeing 737-8K5 WL OK-TVP (msn 32907) MCO (Westley Bencon). Image: 939908.

Leased from SmartWings on October 5, 2017

Route Map:

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