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iciHaiti - Security : The Dominican Rep. recommends airlines to avoid connections to Haiti
04/03/2024 08:57:37

iciHaiti - Security : The Dominican Rep. recommends airlines to avoid connections to Haiti
Saturday March 2nd, 2024, the Civil Aviation Council (JAC) of the Dominican Republic recommended that airlines operating regular flights from Santo Domingo avoid air connections with the international airport of Port-au-Prince, given the situation of violence in Haiti.

After violent exchanges of gunfire reported Thursday around the Toussaint Louverture International Airport, between heavily armed individuals and the police forces, which caused damage to the installations and to a plane which was hit by at least one bullet, causing the cancellation of some flights which affected the schedules of planned flight operations.

The JAC indicated that "airlines that operate scheduled flights from the Dr. Joaquín Balaguer International Airport, located in El Higüero (Santo Domingo), to the Toussaint Louverture terminal in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, should avoid connections to this destination until the situation is regularized."

Despite this recommendation, José Ernesto Marte Piantini, the President of the JAC does not envisage, for the moment, the closure of air traffic with Haiti after the unrest which reached the area of the international airport causing damage to planes and facilities.

The JAC is observing the situation and following the unrest and disorder in Haiti.

S/ iciHaiti

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