Dominican Wings airline gets the FAA green light
Washington.- The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) granted specific operations to the airline Dominican Wings, which will give the country carrier service to the US.
“It was time for a Dominican operator to provide services to the US, this hasn’t been possible for a long time. This achievement fills us with satisfaction,” said James R. Jallinsky, manager of the Flight Standards International Field Office for South America, the Caribbean, Africa and the Middle East said.
Dominican Wings airline estimates the start charter flight operations to most of the Latin American countries, Canada and US in the coming months.
In a statement company president Victor M. Pacheco said the FAA and the Transportation Safety Administration (TSA) approval paves the way to start operations in all of the Americas, “our motto as members of the management team and crew is to continue offering competitive prices, efficiency and quality to our customers.”
June 18, 2016
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