Haiti-Based Sunrise Airways Expands Fleet

By the Caribbean Journal staff

Fast-growing Haiti-based airline Sunrise Airways has continued its fleet expansion with a new Boeing 737.

The 168-seat aircraft is being acquired through a wet lease agreement with Czech Republic-based Travel Service.

Sunrise will deploy the new aircraft on its routes from Orlando and Miami to Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Sunrise is launching its new Orlando service Oct. 18, with Miami flights set to launch Nov. 14.

Sunrise will be flying the Boeing on its new Haiti flights from Orlando and Miami.

“Our continued fleet expansion speaks to the tremendous potential we see in growing our route network within and beyond the Caribbean region, while also providing our customers with the very best inflight services and amenities in the skies,” said Philippe Bayard, President of Sunrise Airways.”

The Boeing 737 will features business and economy service, with 18 seats in Business.

 

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