Located 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) west of Samaná, the capital of Samaná Province in the Dominican Republic. The airport is on the southern shore of the Samaná Peninsula, facing Samaná Bay to the south.
Strategically located in the southeast coast of the Dominican Republic, servicing the fastest growing provinces for business and leisure of the country. La Romana International Airport, Casa de Campo, serves as the gateway to the most acclaimed tourist destinations of the nation.
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Located on the North Coast of the Dominican Republic and built in 1971 with the purpose of promoting tourism in the North region, it has a runway of 3,081 meters long x 46 meters wide, with the capacity to receive wide-body aircraft, including B-747 and A-340.
Secondary airport in the city of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, mostly used for regional flights in the Caribbean area, private and sports aircraft, as well as pilot schools, air clubs and FBOs.
Located approximately 20 minutes from the city of Santo Domingo, it is the main air terminal in the Dominican Republic and ranks first in the flow of regular passengers in the country.
Located off the coast of the Barahona peninsula, it is named in honor of the famous Dominican film actress considered the queen of technicolor. It has a 2,565-square-meter terminal and a 3,000-meter-long x 45-meter-wide runway, with the capacity to receive wide-body aircrafts.
With the purpose of promoting tourist activity in the Northeast region of the country, the Presidente Juan Bosch International Airport was built, located in the community of El Catey, in the province of Samaná. This airport terminal began operations on November 1, 2006, receiving weekly international flights from major cities in Europe and North America.
Aerodom manages and operates six airports in the Dominican Republic. It handles an annual average of 5 million passengers in some 76,610 aircraft movements and through its network of airports, 49 airlines connect the Dominican Republic with 58 cities in the world.
The leading destination for travel to the Dominican Republic, with convenient direct Dominican Republic flights arriving daily from around the world.