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Capital Coach Line Haitian bus company

Capital Coach Line Haitian bus company

Founded in 2003, Capital Coach Line, SA is the first Haitian bus company in the country. Capital Coach Line has quickly become a leader in its industry and a Haitian pride by serving as the first link, the road to Port-au-Prince / Santo Domingo, with daily departures.

Since the month of July 2013, Capital Coach Line serves the route Port-au-Prince / Aux Cayes 2 times a day with bus (50 passengers), all are equipped with toilet, TV, mini-bar, air conditioning and luggage rack and reclining seats with seatbelts.

Capital Coach Line' is the first Haitian coach provider which was founded in 2003. Initially daily services were started within the Santo Domingo and Port-au-Prince circuit. It is a 6-7 hour journey. It is the only Haitian company that provides chartered coach service from a fleet of well maintained cars. Their buses do not stop en route except at the border. The schedules are given here. From St. Domingo: daily 2 departures (8:00 am and 10:00 am). From Haiti: daily 3 departures- 1 from Petionville at 8:30 pm, and 2 from Tabarre (8:00 am and 10:00 am). A one way ticket costs around US$ 40 and the return trip is US$ 75; immigration and customs charges are not included in the price. Each passenger can carry a maximum two bags of 50 pounds each without any charges. In addition to providing safe enjoyable journey, they offer a number of other valuable services like courier 'Same Day' or 'Next Day' package delivery, truck cargo for heavier and bigger parcels, charter services for schools, conventions, businesses.

Contact information:

PETION VILLE
(509) 29.42.18.00
info@capitalcoachline.com

PORT AU PRINCE
(509) 28.13.18.80
info@capitalcoachline.com

SANTO DOMINGO
(809) 530-8266
info@capitalcoachline.com

Other ground transportation services available:
Le Transporteur Bus Line, Port-au- Prince, Gonaives and Cap-Haitian
Transport Chic bus Service, Cayes - Port-au-Prince
Miami Mini Bus

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Le Transporteur Bus Line

Le Transporteur Bus Line

Le Transporteur is located near Sanssouci on Route Clercine. They offer daily connections between Port-au- Prince and Gonaives, the capital of the Artibonite Department at a price of 350 HTG. A return trip costs around 650 HTG. The travel time is around 6 hours; there are three rounds of trips per day. It is a good news that the transportation system between the capital city in Haiti and other urban places like Cap Haitien, Les Cayes, Gonaives or Ouanaminthe is improving very fast.

If you have any query to ask about 'Le Transporteur' may contact them at:
(509) 2258 5035 at Port-au Prince or (509) 2258 5063 at Gonaïves and (509) 2258 5073 at Cap-Haïtien.
haititransporteur@gmail.com

Other ground transportation services available:
Capital Coach Line Haitian bus company
Transport Chic bus Service, Cayes - Port-au-Prince
Miami Mini Bus

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Aerogare Guy Malary - Guy Malary Terminal

Aerogare Guy Malary - Guy Malary Terminal

Here is a picture of Aérogare Guy Malary, also known as Guy Malary Terminal

On Wednesday, April 1, 2015, Rothchild François Junior, the Minister of Communication, accompanying Pierre André Laguerre, the Director General of the National Airport Authority (AAN), paid a visit to the Terminal Guy Malary to inquire into the progress on the modernization work of its infrastructure. This 1,700 square meter facility, located at the Toussaint L'Ouverture International Airport, in Tabarre, near Port-au-Prince, is taking a new shape with a federal disbursement of $6 million; it will have a capacity to serve 100 passengers during the peak hours with a flow of 1,200 passengers per day. The Guy Malary Terminal (named after former Haitian Justice Minister Guy Malary), located on the northern outskirts of Port-au-Prince would be used for domestic flights.

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National Commission for the modernization of public transit

National Commission for the modernization of public transit

Here is the newly created National Commission for the modernization of public transit in Haiti

A national commission has been installed with the purpose of discussing ways in which to modernize the public transit system in Haiti. The commission, called into effect by President Martelly with his Prime Minister and other government ministers in tow, is expected to give attention to creating a framework for incentives and the regularization of the system that is changing, but is still plagued by a deficiency in standardized practices. The big picture is the potential for the commission's recommendations to give support to the bettering of the public transportation system.

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OAVCT launched national competition to design new logo

OAVCT launched national competition to design new logo

The Office of Insurance Against Third Vehicles (OAVCT) launched national competition to design new logo

After 50 years in business, the Office of Insurance Against Third Vehicles (OAVCT) wishes to update their look with a new logo, and launched a national competition to find one. Open to specialized firms and professionals, the winning logo will be selected for its ability to show the company's overhaul into the modern age, and the vitality of the new management team. Participants must email their entries to arketing@oavct.gouv.ht along with their full name, National Identification number, and Tax Identification number. Specialized firms must send a copy of their up-to-date license.

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The history of Toussaint Louverture International Airport

The history of Toussaint Louverture International Airport

Here is a picture of Haiti International Airport during the government of Dumarsais estime.

The History Of Toussaint Louverture International Airport. Toussaint L'Ouverture is the busiest Haitian international airport located in Tabarre, near Port-au-Prince. In the beginning, during the 1940s, it had been both a military and civil airport. Later, during 1950s and 1960s, it served as a U.S. military base in Haiti. In 1965, with the grant money collected from the "People of Haiti" (lottery, taxes, etc.,) and the U.S. government, the airport was developed in the name of then President François Duvalier. In 1986, it was renamed as Port-au-Prince International Airport. The name was changed again in 2003 by President Jean Bertrand Aristide in the honor of the Haitian revolutionary leader of Toussaint Louverture. The airport was severely damaged in the 2010 earthquake. President Martelly has opened the newly repaired arrival terminal on 25 November 2012. The main building serves as the International terminal. It houses two-story concrete and glass structure, few retail stores. Immigration and check-in facilities are located on the ground floor. The "Guy Malary Terminal" is used for domestic flights. There are specified areas for general aviation and cargo flight. The airport has three jet bridges, mobile stairs, and the ramp can handle 12 planes. There is a renewal program that to be completed by 2015.

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Construction work of brand-new airport in Jeremie, Haiti

Construction work of brand-new airport in Jeremie, Haiti

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

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Haiti License Plate or Plaque d'immatricules a DGI

Haiti License Plate or Plaque d'immatricules a DGI

Here is a collection of Haiti License plates over the years.

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Increase in Fuel Prices and Fares increases Tap Tap transportation cost

Increase in Fuel Prices and Fares increases Tap Tap transportation cost

Here is a picture of Haitian Tap Tap in Haiti. They are the main method of transportation in cities all over the country

Economy Minister Jean-Marie and Commerce and Industry Minister Laleau issued a statement of petroleum price increases: gasoline: 215 gourdes (+15 gourdes: 7.5%); oil: 177 gourdes (+15 gourdes: 9.27%); kerosene: 171 gourdes (+10 gourdes: 6.3%).

Transports, tap-taps, and taxis raised their fares to cover fuel increases: taxi fares will increase from 28 to 30 gourdes; tap-tap fares will go up 1 gourde, except for the Port-au-Prince-Kenscoff route, which will increase from 46 to 50 gourdes.

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Port-de-Paix Transports Tourists by Ferry and Air

Port-de-Paix Transports Tourists by Ferry and Air

Port-de-Paix is the Northwest Department capital, made up of four districts: Port-de-Paix, Bassin Bleu, Chansolme, and Tortuga Island. It is a rich agricultural area, growing coffee, bananas, tobacco, rice, and cacao. Because the city is accessible to the U.S. via the Atlantic, smuggling thrives in Port-de-Paix.

Port-de-Paix is served by many airlines. They offer flights from Port-de-Paix Airport to international airports, located in Port-au-Prince and Cap-Haitien. A ferry carries tourists between the beautiful beaches of Port-de-Paix and Tortuga Island.

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