The Dominican airline Air Century presented its new hub at the Punta Cana International Airport to 100 national and international travel agencies, as part of its strategy to continue promoting the destinations where it operates.
Among the benefits presented by the company at the last Bolsa Turística del Caribe (BTC) fair were a new network of routes from Punta Cana to Saint Maarten, Curacao, Aruba and Cartagena, increased connectivity and the arrival of new aircraft, among others.
The frequencies of the connections are: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from Punta Cana to Aruba; Monday, Wednesday and Friday from Punta Cana to Curacao; in the same order Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday from Punta Cana to Saint Maarten; Thursday and Sunday from Punta Cana to Cartagena; and Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday from Punta Cana to Havana.
“For us it is an honor to participate in this important event to continue promoting our value proposition. Air Century continues to grow, and with these new routes, the Dominican diaspora will be able to continue connecting with their homeland from these Caribbean destinations,” said Felipe Gutierrez, commercial director of the airline.