María Montéz International Airport (AIMM) is located off the coast of the Barahona peninsula. It takes that name in honor of the famous Dominican film actress considered as the queen of technicolor.

It has a terminal of 2,565 square meters and a track of 3,000 meters long x 45 meters wide, with capacity to receive wide-body aircraft.

It is the gateway to the beautiful eco-tourism area of the Southwest of the country, with a variety of attractions, including: Enriquillo Lake, the largest of the Antilles; the thermal baths of Las Marías, excellent surfing beaches and spectacular mountains.

Cabo Rojo


The Cabo Rojo airport in the Dominican Republic is located in the municipality of Cabo Rojo. One of the best ways to get to Cabo Rojo is through the Cabo Rojo airport as it is located within the town.

It is located about 12 km to the southeast of the common municipality of Pedernales, on the landing strip closest to the exuberant area of Bahía de las Águilas. Your security is in charge of the Dominican Air Force (F.A.D.)

The IATA code of the Cabo Rojo airport is CBJ.

Las Américas


Las Americas International Airport, José Francisco Peña Gómez (AILA-JFPG) is located in Punta Caucedo, approximately 20 minutes from the City of Santo Domingo. It is the main air terminal of the Dominican Republic because of its location and it occupies second place in the flow of regular passengers of the country.

It has 73,282 meters of construction distributed on three levels and a basement; a track of 3,354 meters long x 75 meters wide and 10 boarding bridges that facilitate 140 daily movements of aircraft from different countries of Europe, North, South, Central America and Caribbean islands.

Account, in addition, with loading area, warehouse, fire station, parking with capacity for 1,285 vehicles, rent cars area, counters and offices for airlines, Hall of Ambassadors and VIP Lounge, and offices of state agencies.

La Isabela


Conceived with the purpose of replacing the old Herrera Airport, Presidente Joaquín Balaguer International Airport (AILI), located north of the city of Santo Domingo, in the community of El Higüero, began operations on February 23, 2006 .

This airport terminal currently manages around 65 daily operations of commercial and private flights. It has a track 1,680 meters long x 30 meters wide. It has 2 taxiways and a parking ramp of 21,600 m2 of area, where you can park simultaneously 4 ATR-72 aircraft.

It also has hangar area, terminal building with 5,425 square meters distributed on two levels with capacity to operate 360 ​​passengers in peak hour, parking for 264 vehicles and 10 buses, control tower, fire brigade, service building where are located the offices of the Dominican Institute of Civil Aviation (IDAC), the General Directorate of Customs, General Directorate of Migration, National Police, AMET, POLITUR and medical dispensary and the building that houses the Specialized Body in Airport Security and Civil Aviation (CESAC) .

The control tower of 36 meters high has a modern aeronautical security system with approach and runway lights, VHF communication, and an exclusive electrical system with modular sub-station and transfer, provided with emergency power exclusively for the tower control and track lights.

La Romana


The International Airport of La Romana (IATA code: LRM, ICAO code: MDLR) is a private commercial airport in the east of the Dominican Republic, which serves the tourist city of La Romana and the Casa de Campo resort, also covers the urban areas of Santo Domingo and Punta Cana serving as alternate airport.

It was built in a traditional Dominican style, with outdoor terminals and roofs covered with palm trees. Currently, that design has been modified.

There is a significant number of lines and charter flights to La Romana; this airport registered a great influx of visitors in 2002, making it one of the most visited airports in the Dominican Republic.

Puerto Plata


The Gregorio Luperón International Airport is located between Puerto Plata and Sosúa, on the North Coast of the Dominican Republic.

Built in 1979 with the purpose of boosting tourism in the Northern region, it has a track 3,081 meters long x 46 meters wide, with the capacity to receive wide-body aircraft, including B-747 and A-340.

The passenger terminal has 27,075 square meters, with a capacity to handle 1,200 passengers per hour.

This airport offers access to an unforgettable tourist experience, which has made it the second to receive the largest flow of tourists arriving in the Dominican Republic.


Punta Cana


Punta Cana International Airport is the main airport of the Dominican Republic, it is located in the province of La Altagracia in the eastern part of the island. The airport has a traditional construction style. The terminals have roofs in palm leaves and according to official statistics, it is the airport with the most air traffic in the Dominican Republic. A large expansion plan is currently underway, which includes the remodeling of terminal A and the expansion of the newly built terminal B with 7 new departure rooms. The International Airport of Punta Cana is the second one with the highest air traffic in the Caribbean, and is the first in numbers of international flights and destinations served. It is also the first international private airport worldwide. Punta Cana is the HUB of the cargo airline of Venezuela Solar that uses the airport facilities to connect its cargo from South America to Europe, North America and vice versa.



The International Airport of Cibao (IATA: STI, ICAO: MDST) is the third airport in the Dominican Republic in terms of passenger traffic, located in Santiago de los Caballeros in the Cibao region, the most prosperous in the country. It has a modern terminal with some of the most advanced airport facilities. Mostly serves Dominicans living in the United States, Panama and Caribbean islands such as Cuba, Turks and Caicos Islands and Puerto Rico.

The International Airport of Cibao is a company of the transport sector, organized to function as a Limited Company, which is governed by Decree 185-000, which authorizes its operations and international aviation agreements. It was founded on January 16, 2000.