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Sunrise Airways will operate special Cap-Hatien/Miami flights on March 25

  • March 19, 2024
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The airline Sunrise Airways will operate special Cap-Haitien/Miami flights on March 25.

Sunrise Airways announced this Tuesday, March 19, that it will operate special Cap-Haitien flights to and from Miami starting next Monday (March 25, 2024).
The airline invites customers to visit its website so they can book or reschedule their flights.

“Dear passengers. We inform you that we are operating special Cap-Haitien flights from/to Miami on March 25, 2024”we can read in the press release published by Sunrise Airways on social networks.

We are pleased to inform you that we will operate
special flights Cap-Haïtien to/from Miami on March 25, 2024.
Visit our website to book or reschedule your flight upon availability:https://t.co/UBGNS102NI
For any assistance contact us at:https://t.co/v06bV3Ss9o#sunriseairways pic.twitter.com/SaKIZITqjo

— Sunrise Airways (@SunriseAirways) March 19, 2024

The Juno7 editorial staff consulted the company’s website and can confirm that the ticket price for the Cap-Haitien/Miami route is set from $919 while for the Miami to Cap-Haitien route the amount is $919. $970.

Sunrise suspended local and international flights after gang violence in the Port-au-Prince metropolitan area. During this violence, the Toussaint Louverture international airport and that of Guy Malary were not spared.

Until now, flights have still not resumed to Haiti. However, companies operate through charter flights aimed at transporting diplomats, consular employees and expatriates living in Haiti as well as certain very wealthy Haitians, having the financial means allowing them to afford the price of a place on board. these special flights.

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