Arajet offers 2,156 new flights to Dominican Republic

Dominican airline Arajet announced the release of more than 2,000 new flights to and from the Dominican Republic.

Arajet, the Caribbean’s low-cost airline, announced during the Trade Show organized by the Ministry of Tourism of the Dominican Republic in Miami, that its customers can now purchase tickets to travel from 17 destinations in 11 countries through more than 398 thousand new seats incorporated to the airline’s offer until March 2024.

Arajet offers more flights

“Our customers have 2,156 new flights scheduled on Arajet’s itinerary and nearly 400 thousand seats for them to make the dream of flying, visiting friends and family, closing business deals and vacationing during the winter of 2023/2024 a reality,” said Victor Pacheco Mendez, CEO and founder of the airline. “With an extended itinerary until March 2024, we have the possibility to support tourism and the development of the region with more options through new frequencies and connections to more destinations thanks to our low-fare hub in Santo Domingo,” he assured.

Arajet’s extended itinerary includes more than 400,000 seats and new frequencies from Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador and Jamaica to Santo Domingo, and connections that will allow travelers in Mexico City, Cancun, Cartagena, Guatemala, El Salvador, Aruba, Curacao, Kingston and St. Maarten to reach new destinations, using Santo Domingo’s Las Americas International Airport as a connecting hub.

“We have the possibility to support our commercial partners, agencies, wholesalers, and tour operators in designing their clients’ travel plans until the first quarter of 2024” said José María (Chema) Alvarado, Chief Commercial Officer of Arajet. “Working together and joining forces, we will be able to positively impact tourist arrivals to the region, to continue positioning it in the place of honor in world tourism,” he said.

The more than 2,000 new flights recently added to Arajet’s itinerary for travel from October 29, 2023 to March 30, 2024 are now available directly on the airline’s website.

Source: Nlarenas.com

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