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About Sunrise Airways

Sunrise Airways is an airline based in Haiti which provides commercial and charter flights. Sunrise Airways flies to many destinations: Cap-Haitien, Jacmel, Jeremie, Kingston, Les Cayes, Mole Saint Nicolas, Montego Bay, Pignon, Port-au-Prince, Port-de-Paix, Providenciales, Santiago de los Caballeros and Santo Domingo. From its hub in Port-au-Prince, Sunrise Airways operates daily scheduled passenger flights serving Santo Domingo, Havana, Camaguey and Santiago de Cuba in Cuba; and Cap Haitien. New flights to/from Orlando, FL and Miami will launch on October 17, 2017.

Additional new flights connecting Haiti with Curacao; Georgetown, Guyana; Kingston, Jamaica; Providenciales, Turks & Caicos; and Nassau, The Bahamas are planned for 2017-2018, pending government approval. In line with the expansion of its route network, Sunrise Airways has initiated service aboard a 150-seat Airbus A320 and a 168-seat Boeing 737-800. Sunrise Airways' fleet consists of Jetstream 31 and Jetstream 32 and the airline is rising to meet the progressively expanding demand for safe, reliable, and affordable air travel to and throughout the Caribbean. Headquartered in Port-au-Prince, Sunrise Airways is a privately-owned corporation with registered offices in Haiti.


About Sunrise Airways

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Sunrise Airways fleet is made up of entirely Boeing B737-400 aircraft.


Sunrise Airways Baggage

Carry-on Baggage

Passengers on Sunrise Airways flights are given a free carry-on baggage allowance of 7kg per person. This is strictly one bag per person, with the maximum overall dimensions of 127 cm. In addition to this, Sunrise Airways allows passengers to take a maximum of three personal items, which must fit either in the overhead baggage compartment or under your seat.

Checked Baggage

Passengers on Sunrise Airways flights are given a free checked baggage allowance of 23kg. On routes to Cuba, passengers are given an extra 7kg of free baggage allowance (30kg overall).

In addition to this, passengers can also purchase up to three piece of additional baggage on any Sunrise Airways flight.


Smartwings Check-In Information

Online Check-In

Passengers can check-in for their Sunrise Airways flight on the Sunrise Airways online check-in page


Airport Check-In

If passengers don't have access to online check-in, they can check-in at the airport by visiting one of the Sunrise Airways check-in counters. Airport check-in closes 40 minutes before scheduled flight departure time on international flights and 15 minutes before scheduled flight departure time on domestic flights. However, Sunrise Airways recommend that passengers arrive at the airport least two hours before departure time for international flights and at least one hour before departure for domestic flights, in order to allow for check-in, baggage drop and security check. 


Sunrise Airways Destinations

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International Destinations



Santo Domingo

Santiago de Cuba


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Sunrise Airways News

1st January 2018

Sunrise Airways launches new services in 2018

H1-Air partners announce new flights
Carrier Flight Number From To Frequency
Sunrise Airways (S6) H1 2137 Port au Prince (PAP) Curacao (CUR) 4,7
  H1 2138 Curacao (CUR) Port au Prince (PAP) 4,7


15th November 2017

Sunrise Airways launches new service between Haiti and Curacao

Haiti-based Sunrise Airways announced its intent to launch new nonstop service between its hub at Toussaint Louverture International Airport in Port-au-Prince (PAP) and Hato International Airport in Curacao (CUR) beginning November 28, 2017.

The new twice-weekly service, the carrier’s first-ever flights to/from Curacao, will operate as follows:

Port-au-Prince (PAP) – Curacao (CUR)

Frequency Flight No. Departure Arrival
Thurs., Sun.. S6 404 9:10 am

10:30 am

Curacao (CUR) – Port-au-Prince (PAP)

Frequency Flight No. Departure Arrival
Thurs., Sun. S6 405 11:30 am

12:50 pm

“Curacao has been on our wish list for route expansion since our start as a commercial airline in 2012,” said Philippe Bayard, President of Sunrise Airways. “The route shows tremendous potential for growth on a point-to-point basis between Haiti and Curacao, while also opening up some very attractive connectivity options within our existing route structure. We’re proud and excited to spread our wings to the southern reaches of the West Indies in line with our One Caribbean corporate philosophy.”

Sunrise Airways will deploy both its Boeing 737-800 and Airbus A320 aircraft along its new Curacao route. Both aircraft feature two classes of service – business and economy. Maximum seating for the Boeing 737 is 168 passengers (18 seats in business class, 150 in economy), while the Airbus A320 can accommodate a total of 150 passengers (12 seats in business class, 138 in economy).


16th September 2017

Sunrise Airways launches nonstop service from Miami to Haiti

First-ever nonstop flights connecting Haiti with Central Florida also launched

Haiti-based Sunrise Airways unveiled flight schedules and pricing for its new nonstop service from Miami International Airport (MIA) and Orlando International Airport (MCO) to Toussaint Louverture International Airport in Port-au-Prince (PAP), Haiti beginning October 17, 2017.

Notably, the new flights from Orlando represent the first-ever nonstop flights connecting Haiti with Central Florida.

Northbound and southbound fares along both routes start at just US$399 round-trip inclusive of all taxes and service fees.

Flights from Miami will operate 3x’s weekly, while passengers to/from Orlando will have a choice of four weekly flights.


Schedule for Miami to Haiti routes are as follows: 


Miami (MIA) – Port-au-Prince (PAP)


Flight No. Departure


Tues., Wed., Sat. S6 2101 7:10am



Port-au-Prince (PAP) – Miami (MIA)


Flight No. Departure


Mon., Fri.

S6 2100 3:50pm


Tues. S62100 7:50pm


Schedule for Orlando to Haiti routes are as follows: 
Orlando (MCO) – Port-au-Prince (PAP)
Frequency Flight No. Departure Arrival
Mon., Fri. S6 1101 7:55am 10:10am
Thurs., Sun. S6 1101 6:55am 9:10am


Port-au-Prince (PAP) – Orlando (MCO)


Flight No. Departure Arrival

Wed., Sat.

S6 1100 10:00am



S6 1100 7:10pm


Sun. S6 1100 7:15pm



“Having just received all of the necessary clearances, permits, and approvals from the U.S. Department of Transportation, we are excited to bring our low fares and exceptional, authentically Haitian brand of service and inflight hospitality to Miami and Orlando on-schedule in October as promised,” said Philippe Bayard, President of Sunrise Airways.

“The launch of these new flights represents a watershed moment in the history of Caribbean aviation and of Haiti itself. All of us within the Sunrise family and everyone throughout the Haitian Diaspora can take pride in this achievement as it truly benefits us all.”


Sunrise Airways will deploy a new Boeing 737-800 aircraft along its new Orlando–Port-au-Prince and Miami–Port-au-Prince routes. The aircraft will feature two classes of service – business and economy – with maximum seating for 168 passengers; 18 in business class, 150 in economy. The aircraft sports an eye-catching new livery, all-leather seating, and inflight video entertainment. Service amenities will offer passengers a true taste of Haiti.


October 2017

Sunrise Airways Accepts Delivery of New Boeing 737 at Orlando International Airport

Sunrise Airways (IATA: S6, ICAO: KSZ) recently accepted delivery of the latest addition to its fleet, a next generation 168-seat Boeing 737-800, at Orlando International Airport (MCO). The jet aircraft will deploy along new Sunrise Airways routes to Orlando and Miami from the airline’s hub in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Sunrise Airways’ new service to/from Orlando begins October 18, 2017, while its Miami flights launch November 14, 2017.

“We expanded our fleet to include this new Boeing 737 to provide exceptional passenger comfort and cargo capabilities on our new flights between Haiti and Florida, so it’s very fitting that we should take initial delivery here in Orlando” said Philippe Bayard, CEO of Sunrise Airways.

The new Sunrise Airways Boeing 737 features two classes of service – business and economy – with maximum seating for 168 passengers; 18 in business class, 150 in economy with all-leather seating throughout.


April 2017

Sunrise Airways announced its intent to launch new nonstop service between Port-au-Prince, Haiti and Orlando, Florida beginning in October 2017

The new 3x’s weekly service marks the carrier’s first-ever flights to/from the U.S. and the first-ever nonstop service connecting Orlando and Haiti. Sunrise Airways will deploy an Airbus A320 aircraft along its new Orlando–Port-au-Prince route. The aircraft will feature two classes of service – business and coach – with maximum seating for 150 passengers. 


August 2016

Sunrise Airways announced it had entered the final phase of its application process towards the launch of its first flight to Jamaica

The new flights proposed by Sunrise Airways from Jamaica will connect the three international airports with destinations in Haiti, the Dominican Republic and Cuba. Sunrise Airways expects to receive final approval from the Jamaican Civil Aviation Authority (JCAA) by September 1, 2016 for the launch of its new Jamaica flights during the fall of 2016. Sunrise Airways will deploy its flagship aircraft the ATR 42-320 on its new routes to Jamaica. Other airlines flying to the Dominican Republic include flycana, Liat and Dominican Wings


March 2016

Sunrise Airways expanded its service to Cuba on February 29, 2016, with the launch of its first-ever flights to Camaguey. The new route is the first to feature the carrier’s new 46-seat ATR 42-320 aircraft, which was added to the Sunrise fleet February 26, 2016. 

New Sunrise Airways flights to/from Camaguey will operate twice per-week. The first and only Haitian-owned airline to be awarded a Part 129 Operating Permit, Sunrise Airways (IATA: S6, ICAO: KSZ) is rising to meet the progressively expanding demand for safe, reliable, and affordable air travel throughout the Western Caribbean, operating daily scheduled passenger service connecting key gateways across the region with the world. From its hub in Port-au-Prince, the Haitian-owned carrier currently serves Santo Domingo (JBQ), Santiago de Cuba (SCU), and Cap Haitien (CAP).


Haitian airline Sunrise Airways announced the expansion of its fleet with new aircraft ATR 42-320 (42 to 50 seats depending on the configuration). The company said it expected its delivery by the end of February 2016. Sunrise Airways operated flights so far in the Caribbean with aircraft Jetstream 32 EP 19 seat to and from Santo Domingo. Sunrise Airways owns and operates a fleet of Jetstream 32 EP aircraft offering leather seating comfort and a lot of luggage space in the cabin for a maximum capacity of 19 passengers.

Based in Port-au-Prince with a maintenance facility dedicated to Santiago, Dominican Republic, Sunrise Airways is owned by businessman and philanthropist Haitian recognized, Philippe Bayard. The members of the management team has on average over 15 years in aviation with well known industry brands like Aerocaribbean, Air Jamaica, BAE Systems, Condor Airlines, Jamaica Air Shuttle, and LAN Airlines.