Santo Domingo.- After 19 years without ties in aviation, Dominican Republic and Haiti announced an agreement for commercial flights between both nations.
In a statement, the Dominican Civil Aviation Board (JAC) noted that it’s Dominican Republic’s 58th agreement reached with as many countries, “successfully developing the open air commercial air policy, which will serve as benefits for the region.
The civil aviation authorities of both nations and their respective technical teams signed the agreement at JAC headquarters after two work meetings leading to the international air services negotiation (ICAN), hosted by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), to be held later this year in Sri Lanka.
The talks to reach a similar agreement date as far back as 1992, but didn’t materialize until now. The agreement should favor the tourist movement in the area.
Source: Dominican Today