First Air Antilles Dominica/Martinique flight took off from Douglas Charles airport, December 19
The First Air Antilles Dominica/Martinique flight took off from Douglas Charles airport, on Monday December 19, 2016, and landed at the Aimé Césaire International Airport in Martinique. This schedule was first announced in a press release from the Discover Dominica Authority.
The north bound flight left Aimé Césaire and landed at Douglas Charles the same evening as well. For now, Air Antilles will be operating south and north bound flights on Saturdays and Mondays.
The release stated that passengers from Europe can also fly via Paris with Air France, and have seamless travel all the way to Dominica, because of the code sharing agreement between the companies.
The release added that the company has announced low, Dominica/Fort de France fares, from 59 Euros one way, tax included. This fare does not include carryon luggage and is non-refundable, but can be changed for 50 Euros and fare difference, if any.
Dominica/Fort de France starts are as low as 109 Euros, and the same conditions apply.
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