FORMED IN 1995. INTERNATIONAL CHARTER PASSENGER & CARGO, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.
JULY 1995: (FAA) RATED HAITI'S OVERSIGHT OF INTERNATIONAL SAFETY AS UNACCEPTABLE, BANNED SERVICE TO USA UNLESS FLIGHTS ARE CONDUCTED BY AN OPERATOR FROM A COUNTRY MEETING STANDARDS.
OCTOBER 1995: APPLIED FOR USA ROUTES USING IBERIA AIRLINES (IBE) WET-LEASED AIRPLANE.
SEPTEMBER 1999: DC-8-61 (46038) PARTED OUT.
December 2013: Haiti Aviation ((IATA) Code: H5, based at Port au Prince) (HTA) has suspended operations until further notice following a financial dispute with Falcon Air Express ((IATA) Code: 6F, based at Miami International), from which it leases an MD-83 (53120, N120MN). The airline only launched operations in July with 3x weekly flights between Port au Prince and Miami International. In its report, the "Miami Herald" said Falcon Air informed the Haitians on that it would no longer provide the plane and crew. “For the past week, we had been demanding payment. On Friday, they paid half and said they would pay the rest on Monday. It came and went. They asked us to wait until Wednesday,” Nelson Ramiz Jr, the General Manager of Falcon, said. For its part, Haiti Aviation (HTA) said it had had to contend with “major financial constraints” from the outset, and that, without “tangible solutions immediately effective support” it had to close its flights.
February 2014: Route Network Update for Haiti Aviation (HTA):
Haiti Aviation ((IATA) Code: H5, based at Port au Prince) (HTA) network changes:
Miami International - Port au Prince route has been cancelled.
Port au Prince - Miami International route has been cancelled.