The Dominican airline started operations on Monday, March 28 from the Dr. Joaquín Balaguer International Airport to the Toussaint Louverture International Airport in Port-au-Prince. Santo Domingo, RD– After eight months of waiting to obtain permits from the National Office of Civil Aviation of Haiti (OFNAC), the Dominican airline Air Century yesterday published a complete letter from its president, Omar Chahín, where he explained the reason for the delay for the start of operations.

As of today, the day of delivery of the results was extended, thanks to the intervention of the president of the Civil Aviation Board (JAC), Cap. Pilot Roger Jover, member of the JAC and secretary of the board Pablo Lister; Director of the Dominican Institute of Civil Aviation (IDAC) Dr. Alejandro Herrera and Flight Standards Director of IDAC, Cap. Pilot Gabriel Medina Felipe. From Monday, March 28, Siglo Aéreo can continue with its operations plans from the Dr. Joaquín Balaguer International Airport (JBQ) to the Toussaint Louverture International Airport in Port-au-Prince (PAP) with its Saab 340B and Jetstream 32 aircraft, with capacity for 34 and 19 passengers respectively. Customers can reserve and pay for their air tickets through the website www.aircentury.com.