Fly In de la Amistad en #Constanza


Galeria de Fotos y Videos del Fly In de la amistad en Constanza, con visitantes desde Puerto Rico y Miami.

El Fly In de la amistad ocurrio entre camaraderia y amistad con miembros y pilots de aviones de República Dominicana, Miami y Puerto Rico. Recibimientos con comida típica, música y razantes por algunos pilotos mantuvieron a los participantes y visitantes entretenidos con la actividad.

Una gran cena gracias a las hospitalidades del Dr. Federico Suero y su familia en el tope de las montañas de Constanza dieron culminación al evento.

Fotos gracias a @flydominicanrepublic y el @aeroclubquisqueya74


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Aerial photo taken this weekend at the border Fly In Aereoclub Quisqueya conducted between Santiago and Aeroclub of SantoDomingo Naco, where about 26 aircraft participated in track Cabo Rojo, Pedernales, to promote the area touristically delas bay Eagles and promote private tourism and sport aviation in the Dominican Republic in order to attract a percentage of 60, 000 private milaviones United States and Canada who visit the Caribbean each year, especially now that they have increased Bahamas the costs of services at airports and tourism private aircraft that caused seeking other destinations.

Jim Parker Fly Ambassador of the Dominican Republic, the private aviation promoter known to attract more tourism private jets to the Caribbean, who is bringing different groups avionesa different tourist spots in the country, organized by the Civil Aviation FAA InstitutoDominicano , the Airports Department and the Ministry of Tourism, stated that tourism and airports and Dominican airfield, now have a unique opportunity to increase their air tourism private jets for what to do offensive depromoción with the hotel sector, for achieve massive success of tourism promotion in this enviable paradise island, especially after the decree of facilitating private laaviación issued by the Dominican government and the excellent facilities of a new center of radar and air traffic control recently inaugurated by the Dominican Institute of Aviation civil.

Jean Piert ouch, one of the leaders of the Aero Club Quisqueya guest, noted that the border event was a success and thanked members of the Aero Club Naco pilots for its partition, which was also attended by aviation authorities. It also said the Aeroclub Quisqueya, by the Cibao International Airport has been and continues to promote tourism in the country air and will attend again this year to air fairs to promote tourism in Lakeland Floridad and Oshkosh in Wiscosin.

The pilots of Santiago and Santo Domingo were received sor authorities of the City of Pedernales, moved on buses and boats to Bahia de las Aguilas and attended a lunch in the restaurant of beachfront Caves Bay.

Meanwhile the pilot Richard Polanco, member of the Aero Club of SantoDomingo Naco, thanked the treatment received by pilots and announced a new flight -Fly In- tourist promotion next February 14 the new airfield Constance with an asphalt runway 7,000 feet built to promote mountain tourism and attract foreign private planes, this unique mountain tourism region with only airport at 4,000 feet sea level sobe Caribbean, the main attraction for the drivers, with excellent parking facilities, tower control, radio, internet and visitor service supported by the Tourism Clusters Constance.

Japan Airlines delivers Boeing 777-300ER for Sydney-Tokyo


Japan Airlines has delivered Boeings 777-300ER instead of the awaited Boeing 787


However, it’s not all bad news for Tokyo-bound Aussies.

The airline’s latest schedule update shows that from December 1, 2014 through until at least March 28, 2015, JAL’s daily Sydney-Tokyo flight will be upgraded from the current Boeing 777-200 to the newer Boeing 777-300ER.

That long-range jet comes with JAL’s latest first class suites plus lie-flat beds in SkySuite business class (below).


Boeing 787 in Las Americas Airport Dominican Republic (Video)

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Footage of Boeing 787 to LAs Americas Airports, Video and Photos by Richard Polanco while landing at Las Americas in a Weekend Flying trip.

About Las Americas Airport

Las Américas International Airport (SpanishAeropuerto Internacional Las Américas, or AILA) (IATASDQICAO:MDSD) is an international airport located in Punta Caucedo, near Santo Domingo and Boca Chica in the Dominican Republic. The airport is run by Aeropuertos Dominicanos Siglo XXI (AERODOM), a private corporation based in the Dominican Republic under a 25-year concession to build, operate, and transfer (BOT) six airports of the country’s airports. Las Américas usually receives Boeing 737, 747, 757, 767, 777; Airbus A319, A320, A330, A340; and many long-, mid-, short-haul aircraft.

About Boeing 787

The Boeing 787 Dreamliner is a long-range, mid-size wide-bodytwin-engine jet airliner developed by Boeing Commercial Airplanes. Its variants seat 210 to 335 passengers. It is Boeing’s most fuel-efficient airliner and the world’s first major airliner to use composite materials as the primary material in the construction of its airframe. The 787 has been designed to be 20% more fuel efficient than the 767 it is to replace. The 787 Dreamliner’s distinguishing features include mostly electrical flight systems, a four-panel windshield, noise-reducing chevrons on its engine nacelles, and a smoother nose contour. It shares a common type rating with the larger Boeing 777, allowing qualified pilots to operate both models, due to related design features.[4]

Growing private aviation tourism to Dominican Republic – Airventure2014


OSHKOSH, Wisconsin 2014, Secretary of State, Executive Director of the Airport Department Fernandez Zucco,  highlighted the sustained growth of trade, tourism and aviation  businesses that prefer to Dominican Republic as a destination, according to  official reports disclosed in this North American city, in EAA AirVenture 2014 opening.

“Dominican Republic has attracted increasing interest in  passionate non-commercial civil aviation as well as aviation  executive, the Dominican government has been conducting a strategic alliance  public-private partnership to promote our country as the main destination”

air-show-p51-Airventure-Oshkosh2014This important Caribbean tourism sector we visit. This year we have  annually tripled the amount of general aviation community,
positioning ourselves solidly in second place in the Caribbean  for business aviation tourist looking to enjoy the benefits of
our land and implement business and investment opportunities. ”

The joint effort, led and coordinated by the Airports Department  was created at the beginning of managing Fernandez Zucco, in 2009,  tourism generating extraordinary results guzzling. the goals  achieved is the result of the synergy between the Ministry of Tourism,  Dominican Institute of Civil Aviation and Airports Department,  which coordinates the working alliance, with the effective
and meaningful participation of companies operating airports International Punta Cana, Santiago, La Romana and those
concession to AERODOM and the Civil Aviation Board.

Osprey-Sohkosh-Airventure2014In conversation with Fernandez Zucco organizers AirVenture 2014, We admired the look of your booth RD, welcomed the enthusiastic demonstrations of tobacco, while he invited a tour  allowing it to assess helicopter from above the exciting
dynamics and interaction between visitors, participating companies  manufacturers and distributors of the most noted aviation entities in general.

“We have been consistent in our presence at the international events and other relevant regional events where
we promote the competitive advantages of our country, its charms natural, safe for tourists, facilities throughout the system
airport and hotel chains to make their stay in visits memorable, with opportunities to engage in business and investments in
Dominican Republic “reiterated Fernández Zucco.

Also other Dominican representatives, Eng. Ludovino Fernández, Director  Planning; Christiern Broberg Architect, Technical Director.; Lic. Carlos Leroux, a member of the Airport Commission; while Institute
Civil Aviation, FAA, Dr. Alejandro Herrera, Director General; the Lord Cheo Zorrilla, Assistant Director and Engineer. Eddian Mendez Ramos, Coordinator Accident and Incident Monitoring of Civil Aviation. The General Miguel
Paulino, Director of Civil Aviation Security Specialist Corps, for the Ministry of Tourism ladies Rocio Diaz and Mary Rodriguez
Assistants to the OPT in Chicago. Participants Aerodom and Airports International Punta Cana and Cibao were present at Airventure.