Sky High Aviation, also known as Sky High Aviation Services or just Sky High, is a small airline based in the Dominican Republic. The airline is based at Las Americas International Airport (SDQ) in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. The airline flies to more than 10 destinations, mainly flying to destinations within the Caribbean.
The airline was founded in 2012 and has always operated scheduled flights in the Caribbean using its fleet of propeller-driven aircraft. In the years following its launch, the airline flew its first flight to a non-Caribbean destination when it launched flights to Colombia. The airline flew to Medellin, Barranquilla and Riohaca for a short period of time, before stopping these flights and returning to focus on Caribbean destinations exclusively.
Private charter flights to destinations within the Caribbean are also available.
Sky High Aviation Services has a different policy for carry-on and checked baggage.
Any carry-on baggage onboard must fit within 7kg (15lbs) and 53cm x 33cm x 20cm (21" x 13" x 8") or a total sum of 118cm (42") in three dimensions.
Carry-on items that exceed the weight or size limit will be asked to be transported as checked baggage. Any items onboard must fit within the overhead lockers or under the seat.
All items brought onboard are subject to airport security checks.
Checked baggage must fit within 23kg (50lbs) in weight and 158cm (62lbs) in dimensions. If the item is within 159 to 271cm (63"-107") in three dimensions, they are classed as oversized and the airline will charge for these items.
Passengers can buy excess baggage during the booking process or by contacting our customer service team. Any checked baggage must not exceed 32kg or the airline won't accept the item.
Sky High Aviation Services only officially has 1 cabin class — Economy Class.
Sky High flies with an Economy-only cabin. The airline has a professionally trained crew that is dedicated to providing a high standard of service.
Passengers travel in comfortably in padded seats. Seats are set out in a 1 x 2 configuration and there are around 50 seats on each plane.
Passengers can enjoy a complimentary cold snack and beverage on-board. This will be served after take-off. Due to short flight times, the airline doesn't offer any other food or drink service on the flight.
Sky High Aviation Services doesn't offer online check in so all passengers must check in at the airport.
Online check-in isn't available for Sky High Aviation. All passengers must check-in at the airport.
Regardless of where the departing airport is, the airline check-in counters open three hours before and close one hour before the scheduled departure time.
All passengers must have their valid travel documents available before check-in and they should report to the airline check-in counters directly.
Sky High Aviation Services offers a number of special services. Read below to find out more.
For children aged between 5 and 13, Sky High Aviation offers an unaccompanied minor service so that minors will be accompanied by an airline agent from the moment that they arrive at the airport until the moment that they arrive at their destination. The unaccompanied minor service costs extra on top of the flight ticket and can only be booked directly with the airline. If passengers book their Sky High ticket with Alternative Airlines and would like the unaccompanied minor service, we can assist you with this.
Sky High Aviation flies to destinations within the Caribbean. It's based in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic and connects it with several other Caribbean islands, including Curaçao, Aruba, Anguilla, Saint Kitts, Sint Marteen and more.
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Las Américas International Airport is an international airport located in Punta Caucedo, Dominion Republic and the hub airport for Sky High. The airport is run by Aeropuertos Dominicanos Siglo XXI, which is a private corporation based under a 25-year concession to build, operate, and transfer six of the country's airports. Sky High has used the airline as its hub since it launched flights in 2012. It's currently the only airport that the airport is based at, meaning that all of its flights either depart or arrive at the airport.
Las Américas International is the second-busiest airport in the country after Punta Cana International Airport.
Airlines that fly to Las Américas International Airport include Aeroméxico, Air France, Air Europa, Air Transat, American Airlines, Aeromexico, Air Antilles, Air Caraobes, Avianca, Condor, Delta Airlines, Wingo, Winair, and Turpial Airlines.
The airline's fleet is made up entirely of Embraer 145 planes.