Haiti's Sunrise Airways to fly new routes in the Caribbean

Haiti's family-owned Sunrise Airways is expanding elsewhere in the Caribbean.
Beginning on May 25, the airline will connect Antigua, Dominica, Saint Kitts, and Saint Lucia, offering a maximum capacity of 30 passengers.
The new flights will operate every day, except Tuesday, with two daily flights connecting Antigua to Dominica and Antigua to Saint Kitts, while the Antigua-Saint Lucia service will operate once daily.
Sunrise Airways is currently the only commercial flight between Haiti and Miami, with its plane operating out of the international airport in Cap-Haïtien, away from the gang violence plaguing the capital, Port-au-Prince.

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