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Sunrise Airways to launch new Eastern Caribbean service

Sunrise Airways to launch new Eastern Caribbean service

Sunrise Airways is poised to enhance travel connectivity within the Eastern Caribbean with the introduction of a new service linking Dominica, Antigua, St Kitts, and St Lucia.
Commencing on May 25, the service will operate six days a week, omitting Tuesdays, providing travelers with enhanced accessibility across the region.

Fleet and operations
The Haiti-based airline will utilize its 30-seat Embraer EMB 120 aircraft to facilitate seamless travel along the route, promising comfort and efficiency for passengers.

Expanding reach
Sunrise Airways, a reputable family-owned enterprise, boasts an extensive route network spanning across 12 countries in the Caribbean and Central America.

With its latest endeavor, the airline seeks to further solidify its commitment to enhancing regional connectivity and facilitating easier access for travelers.
She further shared that Dominica anticipates a notable surge in tourism and economic vitality, providing citizens with increased travel opportunities and fostering closer ties within our communities.

Sunrise Airways’ initiative aligns with the broader vision for a more interconnected Eastern Caribbean, reflecting the ongoing efforts to bolster regional cooperation and facilitate seamless travel experiences for residents and visitors alike.