Sunrise Airways celebrates first Haiti-Curaçao nonstop flight

Posted by hougansydney.com on Wednesday, November 29, 2017 Under: Economy
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The first nonstop inaugural flight of Sunrise Airways between Haiti and Curacao was celebrated at the Curaçao airport by a speech by the Minister of Economic Development, Dr. Steven Martina, the President of Sunrise Airways, Mr. Phillippe Bayard, Director General of the Curaçao Airport (CAP), Mr. Ralph Blanchard and CEO of the Hospitality & Tourism Association of Curaçao (CHATA), Mr. Miles Mercera.

The team that has worked hard to implement this great achievement, expressed satisfaction with this first flight of Sunrise Airways to Curaçao. From November 28, 2017, the airline will fly between Haiti and Curacao twice a week, on Sundays and Thursdays.


On the inaugural flight, the Sunrise Airways crew was accompanied by three travel agents to develop attractive packages that will promote the flight, as well as Curacao as a destination.

Six members of the Haitian press were also on board, covering the inaugural flight. Regular flights will leave Haiti on Sundays and Thursdays at 9:00 am, with return flights departing from Curacao at 14:30. Sunrise Airways will use an Airbus 320 with a capacity of 150 seats. In Haiti, passengers will also be able to use Sunrise Airways services and connect to Cuba, the Dominican Republic and Orlando.

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