Above: an InterCaribbean Airways plane
By the Caribbean Journal staff
InterCaribbean Airways is launching new service from Kingston to Santo Domingo and from Kingston to San Juan, the company announced.
InterCaribbean, which recently changed its name from Air Turks & Caicos, will be operating three weekly flights between Kingston and Santo Domingo, with a fourth nonstop service to Providenciales.
“Travel from Kingston is now affordable and available to business and leisure travelers with the introduction of these new routes,” the company said in a release.
The Kingston-Santo Domingo flights will operate on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, with Santo Domingo-Kingston flights operating Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
InterCaribbean is also launching service four times a week from Kingston to San Juan, with a connection in Providenciales.
The new flights will begin service on Jan. 20 on InterCaribbean, which operates a fleet of Beech 99 and Embraer 120 planes.
The company also recently announced new service between Providenciales and Cap-Haitien.