With the arrival of flight Y2 222 from Cartagena, Colombia, Air Century inaugurated its new route network from Punta Cana International Airport, serving the most important destinations in the Caribbean.
In addition to Cartagena, in the first stage from Punta Cana, the airline will fly to Sint Maarten and Havana, starting next December 19; and Aruba and Curacao starting next December 22, with flights operated in modern CRJ200 aircraft, offering its travelers new connection possibilities between these destinations while contributing to the growth of tourism in the country.
“We are very pleased to inaugurate this new route network from Punta Cana International Airport, the main gateway for tourists to the country, and to offer them more connection options to the Caribbean. Connectivity is key to tourism development. With these routes we seek to promote the concept of multi-destinations, so that our passengers have the opportunity to choose itineraries that allow them to collect unforgettable experiences in these Caribbean cities,” said Omar Chahin, president of Air Century.
He indicated that “flights to Aruba and Curacao will be on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; while flights to Sint Maarten, Havana and Cartagena will be on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. Scheduled connections are: Sint Maarten – Cartagena: Thursday and Sunday and Sint Maarten – Havana: Tuesday and Thursday”.
Meanwhile, Giovanni Rainieri, director of Airside Operations at Punta Cana International Airport, said that “this strategic alliance responds to our mission to continue to be the airport with the most air traffic in the DR, receiving 69% of the tourists arriving in our country”.
With the inauguration of the new route network from Punta Cana, Air Century reaffirms its leadership and commitment to tourism and business generation in the Caribbean, contributing to its development, according to a press release.