Arajet notified today that it “consolidated its position as the Dominican airline that transports the most passengers to and from the country, and entered the select list of the 12 leading international airlines in passenger movement”, according to the aviation report published by the Civil Aviation Board, which reviews the transportation figures in the Dominican Republic during January-March 2023.
According to a press release, said report indicates that Arajet transported more than 80,000 passengers in the first quarter of the year, positioning itself as “the number one Dominican airline in that matter, followed by SkyHigh with more than 20,000 passengers and Air Century with almost 12,000.”
“We are already part of a select list of leading airlines in passenger transportation to and from the Dominican Republic, which reflects the preference and trust that Dominicans and foreigners have placed in Arajet, and the commitment and dedication of our team,” said Victor Pacheco Mendez, CEO and founder of Arajet.
Pacheco added: “We will continue to strengthen our offer and service, offering new routes to South America, the United States and Canada, which will allow us to close the year with more than 300,000 passengers transported and thus enter the top 10 airlines with the most passengers transported in the Dominican Republic”.
Arajet operates flights to 17 destinations in 11 countries in North, Central and South America and the Caribbean, and since its entry into the market on September 15, 2022, has transported almost 180,000 passengers throughout its route network.
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“These months ahead are capital for the development of our operation, and we have the support of some of the most important experts in the aviation world backing our accelerated growth,” Pacheco assured.
To celebrate, Arajet is launching from today until Sunday, April 23, a promotion offering tickets for US$9.90 each way to each of its 17 destinations (taxes, fees and airport charges not included), available for travel from May 10 through March 3, 2024, subject to conditions.
Arajet expects to increase its fleet from 5 to 10 new Boeing 737MAX8 aircraft in the coming months, as well as the opening of new routes, which will bring more tourists to the Dominican Republic.
In addition, as of April 20, Arajet will allow the use of Visa and Mastercard credit cards for onboard purchases on all its flights. Dominican pesos and dollars in cash will continue to be accepted without restrictions.
About Arajet the Caribbean region to begin operations in September 2022 from its base at Las Americas Airport in Santo Domingo under its Dominican Republic Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC).
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