Sky High today (December 13), will launch Miami service with four weekly flights from Santo Domingo, in the Dominican Republic.
Sky High will operate the Santo Domingo-Miami service with Embraer E190 aircraft seating 97 passengers.
Miami will be the first U.S. route and 15th overall for the airline, which was founded in 2012.
At one million travelers in 2019, the Dominican Republic was MIA’s 6th busiest international market pre-pandemic and continues to be one of the airport’s most-served destinations, with Sky High becoming the sixth passenger airline flying between the country and MIA.
The company obtained its Air Operator Certificate (AOC) on October 5, 2012, under the Dominican Civil Aviation Law 491-06 and operates under the RAD 121 Certification. In addition, we have the North American Certification Part 129 of the FAA and the European Certification (EASA), which accredits us to operate North American and European territory.