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Other nearby airports
Barahona Airport, Barahona, Dominican Republic (BRX), 129km (81mi)
Municipal Airport, Santiago, Dominican Republic (STI), 199km (124mi)
La Union Airport, Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic (POP), 224km (140mi)
La Isabela International Airport, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (JBQ), 243km (152mi)
Herrera International Airport, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (HEX), 246km (153mi)
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Many things have to be done to reach the standard in US and Europe.
this is to answer one of the comment above by Robert. The reason why your bottle of rhum was taking away before entering the waiting room is because of TSA/regulations just like any other country. You're only allowed to bring liquid in your checking bags, not carry-on. And since the terminal is rather small, of course the Duty Free store was only feet away, which is the only way liquids can be brought on board a flight, because that's the only way authenticity of where the item came from can be verified.
I'm concerned with what appears to be a double standard in your facility. A bottle of rum was taken from my bag at the pre TSA checkpoint, and I was told I was not allowed to carry the bottle onto the plane. I could check it (but had already passed that position). Less than 50 feet away, around the corner, the same bottles were being sold, & then carried onto the plane. AA has no explanation. Could you please explain? Ample signage/information prior to checking bags would have been helpful if this is normal procedure.
I gave an average because the facility and the service have come from seriously poor to now if you're nice to those working there, you'll be helped and your questions will be answered. The airport by all means is not like US Airports standards, still more work to do, but now it's clean, elevators, and a few better improvements have been made and should be applauded.
I think the customer service is so poor .those people who are working there they are not nice .i think they have to work on it
Haiti travel facts
|Diplomacy||29 Haitian embassies and consulates|
|Currency||Haitian gourde (G / HTG)|
|Euro exchange rate||€1 = G55.40|
G1 = €0.02
|US dollar exchange rate||US$1 = G39.05|
G1 = US$0.03
|International dialing prefix||00|