A flight from Panama, from the Copa airline, resumed operations on the Punta Cana worldwide this afternoon. Picture courtesy of the terminal.

Santo Domingo, DR
The interim director of the Dominican Civil Aviation Institute (IDAC), Héctor Porcella, knowledgeable that the Punta Cana Worldwide Airport resumed its flight operations after it was closed on Sunday evening as a result of passage of Hurricane Fiona.

Porcella mentioned that the resumption of flight operations by the referred terminal occurred at midday with the arrival of a global flight.

“As for flight operations by Punta Cana Worldwide Airport, every thing has already returned to regular with the reopening of worldwide industrial flights,” Porcella assured.

He additionally clarified that flight and passenger operations by the José Francisco Peña Gómez Las Américas Worldwide Airport (AILA) stay regular.

“Proper now they’re working with out downside the Worldwide Airport of Las Americas, Jose Francisco Pena Gomez, which has by no means stopped working. And now Punta Cana which resumed its flights at midday this Monday,” expressed the interim basic director of the IDAC.

Operations on the Punta Cana airport have been suspended on Sunday evening with the terminal’s closure on the advice of the IDAC as a result of impression of Hurricane Fiona, class 1, which affected the East and Northeast areas of the nation.

The airports Catey, Professor Juan Bosch, of Samaná; the Worldwide airport of La Romana, and Arroyo Barril, of Samaná, are nonetheless closed.

Porcella defined that as the consequences of the pure phenomenon diminish, the opposite closed terminals might be reopened within the subsequent few hours.