Cibao International Airport

Cibao International Airport

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Cibao International Airport () also known as Santiago Airport, is located in Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic's second largest city. It's the country's third busiest airport by passenger traffic and aircraft movements.<br>It has a modern terminal with some of the most advanced airport facilities in the country. <br>It mainly serves Dominicans residing in the United States, Cuba, the Turks and Caicos Islands, Puerto Rico and Panama.

PAWA Dominicana is based at Cibao airport, making it the most important national carrier.JetBlue Airways is the primary international operator, with daily flights to New York City and also 4 weekly flights to Boston.

Air Turks and Caicos, flag carrier of the Turks and Caicos Islands, designates Santiago as their major international focus city, with more than sixteen flights a week to Providenciales and a seasonal service to Grand Turk. They are also planning to add more destinations such as South Caicos, Haiti and some flights into the Dominican Republic.

Aeromar Líneas Aéreas Dominicanas had their secondary hub in Cibao Airport, where they operated flights to New York City and San Juan, originated from Santiago. Aeromar is no longer in service since 2004.

History

Plans for the construction of the airport were first proposed in 1969. The Cibao International Airport Corporation was created on March 29, 1978 with the cooperation of José Armando Bermúdez (president), Víctor Espaillat, Manuel Arsenio Ureña, Dr. José...
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