Here is Delta Airlines. The company was obligated to cancel its fights from New York To Haiti
As per announcement dated march 27, 2015, the Delta Airline authority has decided to stop its daily service between New York's JFK airport and Port-au-Prince, beginning in March 29. However, the New York travelers can avail daily service to Haiti at Port-au-Prince via Atlanta. The Saturday service of Delta will continue until April 25. Some travelers feel that the tickets of Delta were priced too high, and the flights included connections which were too long compared to Jetblue. With the arrival of Jetblue, the cancellation of Delta would not affect much. One spokesperson for Delta Airline has said that their decision to reduce the number of flights to Port-au-Prince is due to a decreased demand.
Here is a picture of the Airport in the city of Jeremie. The Government of Michel Martelly has decided to transform it into a major major airport in the country.
Jérémie or Jeremi (in Haitian Creole) is a commune and the capital city of the Grand'Anse Department, in Haiti. Just one week after the inauguration of the new airport terminal in Cap-Haitien, Haiti has started the construction of a brand new airport at Jérémie. Presently, Jérémie has a small existing airport, which is the fifth most important in terms of passenger traffic, although there are no regular scheduled commercial services to the city. The construction of the new terminal is an effort to support the growing tourism sector as there are many beautiful beaches in the Grand'Anse area. The debut of the Cap-Haitien airport in the last month with the launch of daily services by American Airlines between Cap-Haitien and Miami, was a big success.
one of the majorstruction work of brand-new airport in Jeremie, Haiti
Cap-Haitien Airport was re-named Hugo Chavez International Airport (HCIA) to show appreciation to deceased Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez's support of Haiti during its tough periods. He gave over $1 billion to help Haiti, and the country has never forgotten his legacy.
HCIA links Haiti to Miami, Providenciales, and Cibao International Airports and other regional air carriers.
The Venezuelan government is helping fund a renovation of HCIA and began repaving a concrete runway in 2012, completed in 2013.
What you are looking at is an old Military airplane from Corps d'Aviation d'Haiti.
In 1943 Corps d'Aviation d'Haiti was established with an air base at the Haitian Air Force field. The U.S. sent training aircraft F-51D Mustangs and F-48D-40s.
Fighter aircraft was updated as necessary, but Presidents Estime and Magloire took advantage of the air power the U.S. gave it and used it during coup d'etats.
The U.S. suspended use of its aircraft during certain of these periods. In 1994 the Corps d'Aviation d'Haiti was dissolved when the UN arrived.
This is what happened.and it is a lesson for all of us. A Haitian man who was flying from Boston to Paris last Friday got into a heated dispute with flight attendants over a reclining seat.
Edmond Alexandre who is 60 years old was involved in an argument with the other passenger. He pulled the flight attendant by the arm. As a consequence, Edmond Alexandre was restrained and arrested by federal air marshals aboard. The American airlines flight had to be diverted to Boston
He was charged with assaulting a flight attendant, U.S. prosecutors in Boston said