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Aeromar Líneas Aéreas Dominicanas

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Aeromar Líneas Aéreas Dominicanas
IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded1962; 62 years ago (1962)
1998; 26 years ago (1998)
(passenger services)
Ceased operations2003; 21 years ago (2003)
HubsLas Américas International Airport
Secondary hubs
Focus citiesMiami International Airport
Frequent-flyer programViajero de Plata (SilverFlyer)
Fleet size6
HeadquartersSanto Domingo, Dominican Republic
Key peopleRaymundo Polanco Alegria (CEO)
Ryan Polanco (CFO)
Websitewww.aeromarairlines.com (closed)

Aeromar Líneas Aéreas Dominicanas (also known as Aeromar Airlines) was an airline based in the Dominican Republic.


Aeromar Boeing 727-200 at Miami International Airport in 1999
Aeromar's sole Boeing 747-200B at Miami International Airport in 2000
Aeromar Boeing 737-300 at Miami International Airport in 2003

The airline was founded as Aeromar Cargo in 1962 as an airfreight forwarder and all-cargo carrier.[1] The airline was then established in 1998 as a passenger carrier by Raymundo Polanco Alegria to replace the defunct Dominicana de Aviación. Polanco-Alegria was an Air Force military commander and a key figure in the Rebellion of the Pilots[2] movement in November 1961, when military action was taken by a group of aviators to guarantee the democratic process after the death of the dictator Rafael Leonidas Trujillo[3]

Aeromar services began with a single Boeing 727 leased from Falcon Air Express, for routes to Miami and San Juan. In 2001, it bought a Boeing 747 to a new route to Madrid, but the route was suspended 5 months later due to heavy competition with Iberia. In 2002, new services to New York, In 2003 The Airlines began to fly to Aruba, Havana and Caracas with Boeing 737, 757 and 767. In 2003, the airline ceased operations. Aeromar was the first airline to fly New York– Santiago, DR route in 2002.


  • Santo Domingo (SDQ) - New York (JFK)
  • Santo Domingo (SDQ) - Miami (MIA)
  • Santo Domingo (SDQ) - San Juan, PR (SJU)
  • Santo Domingo (SDQ) - Aruba (AUA)
  • Santo Domingo (SDQ) - Havana (HAV)
  • Santiago (STI) - New York (JFK)
  • Santiago (STI) - San Juan, PR (SJU)



The Aeromar Líneas Aéreas Dominicanas fleet consists of the following aircraft:[4]

Aeromar Líneas Aéreas Dominicanas fleet
Aircraft Total Introduced Retired Notes
Boeing 720 2 1979 1986 Leased from Agro Air
Boeing 727-200 3 1998 2001 Leased from Falcon Air Express and Allegro
Boeing 737-200 1 2003 2003
Boeing 737-300 1 2003 2004 Leased from Falcon Air Express
Boeing 747-200B 1 2001 2002
Boeing 757-200 2 2002 2003 Leased from Icelandair
Boeing 767-200 1 2002 2003 Leased from Air Atlanta Icelandic
Boeing 767-200ER 1 2003 2003
Boeing 767-300ER 1 2002 2003
Curtiss C-46 Commando 9 1967 1980
Douglas DC-8-33F 3 1983 1985
Douglas DC-8-51 1 1985 1986
Douglas DC-8-54CF 2 1983 1986

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Aeromar International Airline – Dominican airfreight forwarder and all-cargo carrier". Archived from the original on 2016-04-02.
  2. ^ "La Rebelion de los Pilotos". Historia Dominicana en Graficas.
  3. ^ "Raymundo Polanco Alegria y su Legado".
  4. ^ "Aeromar Airlines Fleet Details and History". Planespotters.net. Retrieved January 1, 2023.