Haiti-Based Sunrise Airways Announces Fleet Expansion

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Sunrise Airways recently announced that it will expand its fleet with the addition of a new 46-seat ATR 42-320 aircraft. 

The airline expects to accept delivery of the new ATR in late February 2016 in advance of launching new routes better serving a wider swath of the Western Caribbean from its hub in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
“Bringing an ATR into the Sunrise fold represents a bright new beginning for our airline; one that will see us branching out swiftly to serve longer-haul routes connecting more of the Western Caribbean more effectively than ever before,” said Philippe Bayard, president of Sunrise Airways, in a written release. 
From its hub in Port-au-Prince, Sunrise Airways currently operates regularly scheduled service to/from Santo Domingo (JBQ), Santiago de Cuba (SCU), and Cap Haitien (CAP) utilizing 19-seat Jetstream 32 EP aircraft.
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