New regular flight from Sunrise Airways welcomed in Dominica

The Prime Minister of Dominica, Dr Roosevelt Skerrit welcomed the inaugural flight from the Sunrise Airways.

New regular flight from Sunrise Airways welcomed in Dominica, Image: facebook
New regular flight from Sunrise Airways welcomed in Dominica, Image: facebook

Dominica: The Prime Minister of Dominica, Dr Roosevelt Skerrit welcomed the inaugural flight from the Sunrise Airways. The first flight from the Caribbean based airline landed in the commonwealth of Dominica on Monday at the Douglas Charles Airport.

The addition of the new carrier in the airlift capacity of the nation is being hailed as a significant move. The new flight will boost the connectivity of Dominica with its sister islands in the Caribbean region.

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Additionally, people of Dominica, seeking to travel to other island nations of the region can do so with ease. The Prime Minister was delighted by the new development in the tourism sector of the nation.

He took to his social media to share the glimpses from the welcome ceremony of the inaugural flight from the  Sunrise Airways. The beginning of the Airlines point towards the beginning of a remarkable partnership between the nation and the airlines.

The welcome ceremony for the flight was attended by the Members of the Tourism Ministry. The airline’s officials were on the flight that landed at the Douglas Charles Airport. The officials received a warm welcome during a short ceremony held at the Executive Lounge of the airport.

The flight was welcomed into Dominica with a “Water Cannon Salute”

The dignitaries present for the welcome of the Flight included the Minister of Tourism for Dominica, Denise Charles-Pemberton. She highlighted that she was delighted to see that the airline is making efforts to connect the Caribbean islands.

The airline is committed to connect the island nations of the Caribbean with each other. This commitment directly aligns with the country’s vision to see a more interconnected Caribbean Region.

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The flights will run from the Commonwealth of Dominica for six days a week with exception of Tuesday. The flights will connect Dominica to sister islands like Saint Lucia, St Kitts and Antigua. The introduction of the new flights will benefit not only Dominica, but also the other islands.

The addition of the new flights will lead to a significant surge of tourism as people would find it easy to travel to neighbouring sister islands. The increase in tourism capacity will also in turn help boost the economy of the nation.