Arajet increases its frequencies on different routes by about 30%

Arajet announced that they have increased frequencies in its network of destinations connecting North America, South America and the Caribbean with an average increase of up to 30% in the different routes.

Victor Pacheco Méndez, CEO & founder of Arajet, indicated that the airline is in a process of growth in order to increase flight options and connections for passengers so they can continue to learn about other experiences on board.

“In Arajet we are always innovating and looking for opportunities to offer our passengers more alternatives when choosing their flight dates so that they can organize their trips, for tourism or business, adapted to their possibilities,” he said.

He explained that in April the destinations of Kingston, Jamaica; Bogota, Medellin and Cartagena in Colombia will be increased to 5 weekly frequencies. During the same period, the routes to Buenos Aires in Argentina and Sao Paulo in Brazil will be increased to 4 weekly frequencies. Lima in Peru and St. Maarten will have 3 weekly frequencies in that month.

Likewise, for the month of June there will be daily flights to Sao Paulo in Brazil and Buenos Aires in Argentina and Cartagena in Colombia will have 6 weekly frequencies.

Source: Arecoa.com

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