To meet the high summer season in the northern hemisphere, American Airlines has scheduled flights between its hub in Dallas and Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
The service will begin on June 5, and will have a weekly frequency to the Dominican capital on Boeing 737-800s, configured with 172 seats.
With the operations schedule, the company plans to offer a total of 1,892 seats during the 2021 summer season.
As summer season flights, the airline would have its last operation to and from Dallas on August 14, a little more than two months after the start.
According to the information published in Cirium, and reconfirmed with the reservation system, American Airlines schedules to fly between both cities every Saturday.
It is recalled that, prior to the Coronavirus pandemic, American Airlines operated flights to Santo Domingo from Dallas. In 2019 the company operated between June and August, with a similar schedule to this year (in 2020 there were no flights as a result of Covid-19).
Flight From Departure To Arrival
AA 783 Santo Domingo (SDQ) 09:44 Dallas (DFW) 13:29
AA 2288 Dallas (DFW) 12:50 Santo Domingo (SDQ) 18:26