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The Dominican Republic has the most flights and the most frequent service of any country in the entire Caribbean. From North America there are non-stop flights from over 40 airports, operated both by major carriers and leisure airlines. Thanks to our direct access to the international airline reservation system, we can offer you all those flights for the best available prices. This page provides you with an overview of options, but we always stay up to date with changes, so contact us for your specific needs.
Airports in the Dominican Republic
The Dominican Republic has six international airports. All six have nonstop flights to the USA and Canada, and three of them have direct flights to the United Kingdom. The busiest airport is Punta Cana International, only a 15- 30 minute drive to most of the all-inclusive resorts on the eastern coast. Santo Domingo, the country’s capital, is home to the second busiest airport. If you arrive here, you can be in the city within 30 minutes for a stroll through the Zona Colonial, a Unesco world heritage site. Furthermore, you can visit our team from WICKED Travel and enjoy a tropical beverage in our office while we provide you with all the information you need for your vacation in the Dominican Republic. Santo Domingo is the also a great starting point for visiting the Samaná peninsula just a two-hour drive away, or you could fly into the smaller El Catey Airport in Samana. There you will find not only unspoiled nature and pristine beaches, but also another WICKED Events & Travel office and our “MI CORAZON” restaurant. Puerto Plata, La Romana and Santiago are the three other airports, usually having lesser importance for our guests than Punta Cana, Santo Domingo and Samaná.
Samaná El Catey International Airport, Aeropuerto Internacional Presidente Juan Bosch
Santiago de los Caballeros, Cibao International Airport
Punta Cana International Airport
Santo Domingo, Las Américas International Airport
La Romana International Airport
Puerto Plata, Gregorio Luperón International Airport
… from the United States to the Dominican Republic
Besides one-stop connections from nearly every airport in the country, there are approximately 20 airports with non-stop service to the Dominican Republic. Some of them are year-round, but some are seasonal. Carriers include, but are not limited to American Airlines, Delta Airlines, Frontier Airlines, JetBlue, Seaborne Airlines, Spirit Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Sun Country Airlines and United Airlines.
Currently year-round services to Punta Cana are offered from Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Fort Lauderdale, Houston, Miami, New York (JFK or Newark), and Philadelphia. Seasonal service between December and April/May, include Baltimore, Chicago (O’Hare or Midway), Cincinnati, Cleveland, Dallas, Detroit, Minneapolis, Pittsburgh and Washington.
Puerto Plata, La Romana, Santiago and Santo Domingo are mainly served from Boston, Miami, and New York. The incredibly beautiful Samaná, home of WICKED Events and Travel’s second office, has non-stop-service from New York (JFK), operated by JetBlue.
… from Canada to the Dominican Republic
Approximately 20 airports in Canada offer non-stop services to the Dominican Republic. Punta Cana can be accessed by most Canadian cities, whereas Samaná, Puerto Plata and La Romana are usually accessed through the major hubs in Toronto and Montreal. The most frequent flights are through Air Transat and Sunwing Airlines, followed by Air Canada, Air Canada Rouge and Westjet. Montreal, Toronto and Quebec City have year-round services to the Dominican Republic, but there are also seasonal non-stop flights to Punta Cana from Bagotville, Calgary, Edmonton, Gander, Halifax, Hamilton, Kitchener, London, Moncton, Ottawa, Regina, St. John’s, Saint John, Thunder Bay, Val d’Or, Vancouver, Waterloo, Windsor and Winnipeg. Santo Domingo is also connected with Montreal year-round, as is Puerto Plata with Montreal and Toronto.
Puerto Plata has direct flights from Halifax, Hamilton, Montreal, Quebec City, St. John’s, Sudbury, Thunder Bay and Toronto. Samaná, the hidden gem of the Dominican Republic with pristine beaches, affordable luxury accommodations, eco-friendly tourism and an incredible natural beauty has non-stop flights from Halifax, Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto, operated by Air Canada, Air Canada Rouge, Air Transat and WestJet.
… from the United Kingdom to the Dominican Republic
British Airways flies year-round from London-Gatwick to Punta Cana, sometimes with a quick stopover on another Caribbean island. Additionally, there is seasonal service with Thomas Cook Airlines and Thomson Airways from London-Gatwick, Manchester and Birmingham to Punta Cana and Puerto Plata.
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Contact us for an individual quote for your flight into the Caribbean. Let us know your preferences (time, airlines, dates, class, airports, destination etc.) and we will find the best option for you.
Advantages when booking your flight with WICKED Travel
There are hundreds of websites where you can book your flight into the Dominican Republic. But WICKED Travel cares about your entire vacation from beginning to end. That’s why we offer you the following services – no matter if you travel Economy Class, Premium Economy or Business Class:
- Complete administrative services in organizing your flights, from finding the best fares and connections to payment and ticketing
- Depending on your needs we can add your frequent-flyer number to the booking, request special meals (e.g. vegan, vegetarian or gluten free) and reserve your preferred seats
- Receive your e-tickets hassle-free and personalized via e-mail
- Support and advise with any flight changes, time changes or cancellations made by the airline
- Provide direct contact with the airlines’ group department for any group requests
Domestic flights in the Dominican Republic
Besides all those international airports there are also some smaller airfields which offer domestic flights. The Dominican Republic is very drivable with a good road network, and most destinations can be reached within two to three hours. However if you desire to fly, for example from Punta Cana to Puerto Plata (by car approximately five hours), or because you simply prefer to fly, we can offer you domestic flights as well.