Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic Airports & Charter Routes

The oldest permanent city established by Europeans in the Americas, Santo Domingo is a city of history and industry - in addition to being a prime vacation spot in the Dominican Republic. When you book a private flight to Santo Domingo, you can look forward to seeing and doing all kinds of activities only available in this highly popular Caribbean destination.

Although there are some beaches in the Santo Domingo area, there is much more to do in the city. The Zona Colonial district, a designated UNESCO World Heritage site, contains many museums and multiple examples of 16th century architecture, including Catedral Santa Maria la Menor, the first cathedral in America.

You can take in more recent examples of culture at the El Teatro Nacional Eduardo Brito, where opera, ballet, and of musical performances take place, or travel almost anywhere in the city for cuisine that you cannot get outside of the Dominican Republic. Contact evoJets today to charter a flight to Santo Domingo.

Airports in and Around Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

  • La Isabela International Airport (MDJB, JBQ) - Commercially, the La Isabela Airport serves primarily domestic flights from the Dominican Republic. But it is also a useful hub for general aviation, located only about 15 minutes from the city center.
  • Las Americas International Airport (MDSD/SDQ) - Also simply referred to as the “Santo Domingo Airport,” Las Americas serves, perhaps not surprisingly, many of the commercial aircraft in North, South, and Central America. It is located a bit further, at about a 30 minute drive from the city center, but may be a good secondary location for a private jet.

Popular Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic Private Jet Charter Routes

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Charter Pricing

Cost to Charter a Private Jet to/from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

The cost to charter a private jet can range widely, based on flight time and the type of aircraft. A private jet rental from NYC to Santo Domingo will cost $32,500 or more in a Supermid, for example.

Here are some target prices for private jet charter flights to/from Santo Domingo that we aim to offer our clients:

To/From
Location
Target Price
(One-Way)
Aircraft
Type
Avg. Flight Time
(hrs)
Max
Passengers
MiamiFrom $11,500Light Jet2.56-7
ChicagoFrom $32,500Supermid Jet4.08-9
DublinFrom $68,500Heavy Jet8.510-16
New YorkFrom $32,500Heavy Jet4.010-16
HoustonFrom $27,500Midsize Jet4.57-8

Please note that the above prices are ballpark estimates; specific pricing for a given trip will vary, and these amounts cannot be guaranteed for any specific flight.

Aircraft Available

Charter a Jet to Santo Domingo – Aircraft Available

Inventory can change by the day, but here is a list of aircraft commonly available for Santo Domingo private jet charters:

  • Citation XLS – A popular Midsize Jet perfect for nonstop charter flights from Atlanta to Santo Domingo.
  • Citation X – Incredibly fast with great range, charter a Citation X nonstop all the way from LA to to Santo Domingo.
  • Challenger 350 – One of the nicest Supermids available, take a nonstop private flight from San Diego to Santo Domingo in absolute luxury.
  • Gulfstream GIV – Excellent range, long cabin, free WiFi and a cabin attendant – what more do you need?

View a full list of aircraft available for charter here.

Travel Guide

Luxury Hotels in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

  • Hodelpa Nicolas de Ovando Santo Domingo
  • Casas del XVI
  • Sheraton Santo Domingo
  • El Embajador, A Royal Hideaway Hotel
  • JW Marriott Hotel Santo Domingo

Restaurants in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

  • Pat’e Palo European Brasserie
  • Don Pepe Restaurante
  • El Meson De La Ceva
  • Restaurant Sully
  • Sophia’s

Arts, Culture, and Sights of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

  • Catedral Santa Maria la Menor
  • Museum of the Royal Houses
  • National Botanical Garden
  • Zona Colonial District
  • Juan Dolio and Guayacanes Beaches