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About Dominican Wings

Dominican Wings was a Caribbean carrier based in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. After operating charter flights, in 2018, the carrier announced its plans to operate as a low-cost airline. While the airport base and routes that the airline will fly to and from are yet to be announced, the airline is expected to undertake services throughout the Caribbean.

Baggage Allowance

Carry-on Baggage

All Dominican Wings passengers were permitted one small personal item - this could include a backpack, purse or computer bag. The personal item could not be larger than 40 x 25 x 20cm and weigh no more than 6kg.

1 piece of carry-on baggage was allowed per passenger. This couldn't exceed the maximum dimensions of 56 x 46 x 25cm and weigh no more than 12kg.

Checked Baggage

Passengers could bring 1 piece of checked baggage weighing no more than 20kg and being no larger than the combined dimension of 158cm (length + width + depth).

Check-In Information

Online Check-In

Dominican Wings may have offered online check-in. This would have been available on the airline's official website. Online check-in may have opened 48 hours before departure and closed 1 hour before takeoff.

Airport Check-In

To check-in at the airport for your Dominican Wings flight, you would need to do so at the dedicated check-in counters which would be open 3 hours before the scheduled departure time and close 1 hour before takeoff.

Cabin Classes

As a low-cost carrier, Dominican Wings only offered one cabin class - Economy. Passengers would have had standard seating and basic in-flight services.

In-flight Entertainment

Dominican Wings was a low-cost carrier therefore it may not have provided in-flight entertainment. The airline encouraged passengers to bring their own forms of entertainment onboard such as books, magazines and personal electronic devices, to keep themselves entertained during the flight.


While the specific details about the meal service or provision of food onboard Dominican Wings flights are not available, it is typically common for low-cost carriers to offer an in-flight menu with a selection of snacks and beverages for purchase.

Frequent Flyer Program

Dominican Wings didn't offer its own frequent flyer program.

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Destinations that Dominican Wings flew to

Before it rebranded to flycana, Dominican Wings operated flights across the Dominican Republic and to select cities in the United States such as Santo Domingo, Punta Cana, Puerto Plata, Miami and New York, among others.

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Hub Airport

Las Américas International Airport

Las Américas International Airport (Aeropuerto Internacional Las Américas, also known as Santo Domingo Airport) is the main international airport serving the Dominican Republic. Las Américas International Airport is the busiest airport in the Dominican Republic and one of the busiest in the Caribbean region. It serves as a major hub for both domestic and international flights.

The airport is served by numerous domestic and international airlines. It offers flights to destinations in North America, Central America, South America, the Caribbean and Europe. Major airlines such as American Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Delta Air Lines, Copa Airlines and Air Canada operate regular flights from this airport.


Dominican Wings' fleet consisted of one Airbus A320-233, which carried 180 passengers.