Category:Dominicana de Aviación

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Compañía Dominicana de Aviación, usually shortened to Dominicana, was an airline from the Dominican Republic, serving as flag carrier of the country. Dominicana was established in 1944 in an effort to create a national airline aiming at the large number of Dominican citizens who emigrated to the United States of America, Puerto Rico and Spain. The route network was further expanded with more destinations in the Americas and the Caribbean during the 1970s and at its height in the 1980s, destinations to European destinations like Madrid, Milan, and Frankfurt. At the end of the decade, the airline's economic and financial situation worsened which coincided with negative customer reputation (like lost or delayed luggage as well as unreliable schedules). In early 1995 the government of the Dominican Republic decided to shut down the airline. While the shutdown was originally only planned as a temporarily measure to get re-organized, the company never became operational again.

This page lists all films, TV series, and video games that feature aircraft of Dominicana de Aviación .

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Pages in category "Dominicana de Aviación"

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