New rules just out on fees for flying into and out of the Dominican Republic.
To enter the Dominican Republic, a valid passport with two blank pages is required. At the customs and immigration desk, you’ll receive a 30-day tourist card (US$10 cash fee) instead of a visa. By Dominican law, there’s also a US$20 departure tax, the cost of which is usually included in your airfare (verify with your carrier to see if it is part of your nonrev ticket cost).
Airport Special Security (CESAC) follows but is not limited to TSA guidelines..