As of 10:00 PM, 6 DR airports are suspending operations |

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Santo Domin Co.- Six airports in the Dominican Republic have suspended operations this Tuesday night due to the imminent passage of Hurricane Franklin, according to the Ministry of Tourism.

Following the recommendations of the National Institute of Civil Aviation (IDAC), established international airports America, La Isabela and La Romana Cease operations from 10:00 PM this Tuesday to 6:00 AM this Wednesday.

Meanwhile, international airports were established From Chibao, from Santiago; Gregorio Luberón of Puerto Plata and El Caté of Samana did the same. This Wednesday between 12:00 PM and 8:00 AM.

BUNTA CANA will continue to operate

As of now, Punta Cana International Airport is expected to be able to maintain its operations on a regular basis.

International Airport Maria Montes, from Barahona, This was not included in the provision, as the estimated hours of the storm’s impact, during its normal operating hours, the terminal was said to be closed from 5:30pm to 8:30am.

The Cabinet announced that it is in permanent session and will be keeping an eye on the reopening times of different airports to advance or delay them in view of the movement of Hurricane Franklin.


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