I Skipped The Customs Line at Punta Cana Airport with VIP Service

I’m a huge sucker for airport privileges, like TSA-Precheck with Global Entry, so I’m happy Punta Cana International Airport offers VIP Service, where travelers can literally skip the customs line and get fast-tracked through the airport.

Similar to PS at LAX, which I reviewed in the past, passengers pay to use VIP Service. It’s extremely affordable, and well worth the purchase.

*For my full review of VIP Service, click here.* I tried VIP Service both flying in and departing, so I walk through every step of every perk!

When you book VIP Service, you have a dedicated agent meet you right off the plane at the jet bridge, who escorts you through immigration in a private, dedicated lane.

From there, you pick up your luggage, than the agent walks you through customs.

You never have to wait in line. Once you’re through the airport, your ride picks you up in a private section outside the airport.

I wrote about the full experience here:

The one secret at Punta Cana Airport only luxury travelers know

I’m excited to be in Punta Cana for the week with my friend Kris Knight, who’s a successful painter in Toronto. I’ve known Kris for 20 years (!).

We don’t see each other often, so I’m looking forward to having a casual catch-up session in a beautiful resort. We checked into Hilton La Romana All-Inclusive Adults Only Resort, which you can click for the full review.

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Jimmy Im has traveled to 113 countries, stayed in over 600 hotels and has flown a million airmiles. He lives in New York City.

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