Book Cheap Business Class Tickets from New York to Santo Domingo
Santo Domingo, the capital city of the Dominican Republic, takes pride in calling itself the oldest and continuously inhabited settlement founded by Europeans in the Americas. The city is the economic hub for the country and the Caribbean region. The city has several centuries-old history behind it which can be aptly reflected in its beautifully restored historic center Colonial Zone dating back to 1492. Despite having a rich heritage, the bustling metropolis of Santo Domingo with its 2 million residents is looking up to the future. The age-old infrastructure has been transformed making way for improved transportation, upgraded airport terminal, newly-built convention center and new hotels. The city has nevertheless become a prime destination in the Caribbean for both leisure and business travelers.
Santo Domingo is easily accessible from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and other airports in major U.S. cities. The city is served by Las Americas International Airport (SDQ), which handles direct flights from mainland U.S. operated by leading carriers such as American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, JetBlue Airways, United Airlines, Spirit Airlines and US Airways.
Here are some of the interesting facts you need to know about New York-Santo Domingo city pair.
• The flight distance between New York and Santo Domingo is 1547.9 miles or 2491 km
• It takes direct flights around 3 hours 15 minutes to reach Santo Domingo from New York
• JetBlue Airways operates a 100-seat Embraer EMB-190 aircraft. It is presently the smallest aircraft to be flown on the route
• American Airlines operates the largest aircraft between the two cities. The aircraft flown is a 266-seat Airbus A300-6 aircraft
• American Airlines uses 4 types of aircraft to operate flights between New York and Santo Domingo