Miami is considered a global city of importance in finance, commerce, the media, entertainment, the arts, and international trade. It is home to numerous corporate headquarters, banks, and television studios.
Santo Domingo, the capital of the Dominican Republic, is also the most modern and dynamic metropolis in the Caribbean, transmitting the pulse of Dominican culture, where old and new converge seamlessly, from centuries-old architecture and history, to the great shopping centers, art galleries, an active and interesting nightlife and an irresistible gastronomic scene.
The island is a French and European Union territory. Guadeloupe's capital is Basse-Terre, described as a little piece of France in the Caribbean. The capital has colorful landscapes that contain all the flora and fauna of the island, such as wild orchids.
A Dutch island in the Caribbean, it is known for its beaches located in coves and its extensive coral reefs with abundant marine fauna. The capital, Willemstad, has pastel colonial architecture, the Queen Emma Floating Bridge and the 17th-century Mikve Israel-Emanuel synagogue with a sand floor.
Beyond its beautiful white-sand coastline, climate, and crystal-clear water teeming with aquatic life, Aruba is an island as diverse as its people. It features a beautiful desert landscape, with limestone caves and quaint, pastel-colored Dutch architecture for you to explore.
Antigua and Barbuda is located at the eastern end of the Caribbean Sea, framed by spectacular beaches. Many tourists visit the islands to relax on the pink and white sand and explore the coral reefs and shipwrecks.
Caracas is the capital of Venezuela, it is a representative and emblematic city for all Venezuelans. It is located in the Capital Region in the northern zone.
Anguilla is the perfect destination for diving, kayaking, sport fishing, snorkeling, boating or just kicking back and relaxing. It is located northeast of the Caribbean. The island has a population of approximately 14,000 inhabitants.
Better known as the French jewel in the Caribbean, Martinique is part of the Republic of France and has 395,000 inhabitants. With its tropical climate, Martinique has spectacular turquoise waters and offers you to enjoy its Creole culture.
St. Kitts is divided into two islands (Saint Kitts and Nevis) with its capital and largest city being Basseterre. The two islands are quite attractive to visit and enjoy. They have 53,000 inhabitants. Its culture is influenced by Europeans and Africans, like other destinations on the islands.
Tortola is part of the British Virgin Islands, it is the largest and most populated island. Tortola is best known as the island with a European heart and a Caribbean soul. It is a territory under the sovereignty of the United Kingdom.
This island is part of the basic Caribbean chart, the ABCs. Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao. As an important fact, the capital of Bonaire is Kralendijk. This word in Dutch means “coral reef” and in Papiamento “beach”.
This magical island offers the best of two great cultures, the French and the Dutch, perfectly fused with the warmth and color of the Caribbean. Cruise ship visitors can easily walk from the cruise ship dock to downtown.
In Havana, life passes between music, tradition, culture, national monuments and historical attractions of incalculable value. Cuban dances and sounds infect each one of the children of this land and those who visit it; It is located in the west of Cuba and although it is the smallest of all the provinces.
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We fly to 21 destinations, connecting the Dominican Republic, the rest of the Caribbean and Venezuela. With more than 32 flights a week to and from the Las Américas International Airport, Jose Francisco Peña Gómez. Discover each of our destinations: Anguilla, Martinique, Antigua, Miami, Aruba, Santo Domingo, Bonaire, Saint Maarten, Tortola, Saint Kitts, Curacao, Santiago de Cuba, Guadeloupe, Caracas, Venezuela, Havana, Holguin, Martinique-Havana , Kingston, St. Thomas, Providence, Tampa.
We offer private flight service 365 days a year to any of our destinations or according to the destination requested by our clients; constituting this service as an alternate option for companies, groups, sports teams or passengers who require special schedules and conditions when traveling.