Arajet will commence flights to Trinidad from March 2023

Arajet Airlines, based in the Dominican Republic, confirmed that it would commence flights to Trinidad from its base at Santo Domingo’s Las Américas International Airport in March 2023. The Airlines received permission from the nation’s civil aviation board, Junta de Aviación Civil (JAC), to start scheduled and unscheduled flights to Trinidad.

Arajet Airlines, based in the Dominican Republic, confirmed that it would commence flights to Trinidad from its base at Santo Domingo’s Las Américas International Airport in March 2023. The Airlines received permission from the nation’s civil aviation board, Junta de Aviación Civil (JAC), to start scheduled and unscheduled flights to Trinidad.

The Ministry of Tourism, Culture & the Arts of Trinidad and Tobago was pleased with the development and said that this new airlift is a direct result of the participation of Tourism Trinidad Limited and the Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago, who attended the World Routes conference in Las Vegas in October 2022 and met with several airlines, including Arajet Airlines, who expressed interest in flying to Trinidad and Tobago.

Additionally, Surinam Airways has announced plans to re-introduce flights to Trinidad and Tobago after suspending services on May 23, 2022. The airline will now facilitate flights to and from Paramaribo – Port of Spain – Curacao twice weekly for the period March 26 to November 5, 2023.

The Ministry added, We are pleased to be advancing the tourism development agenda towards the economic development of Trinidad and Tobago. Trinidad and Tobago has attracted a large segment of the South American market.

The Ministry of Tourism, Culture and the Arts and our implementation agency Tourism Trinidad has ensured that this year there is an easier airlift from Surinam and Dominican Republic. We welcome the services from Surinam Airways and the new low-cost airline- Arajet, and look forward to hosting our South American guests, added the Ministry.

The announcement was officially made by Junta de Aviación Civil through its official Twitter handle, in which it said that operations are expected to start in March 2023 using Arajet’s existing fleet of Boeing 737 Max 8s.

Arajet Airlines is an ultra-low-cost airline and is based in the capital city of the Dominican Republic. It started its operations in September 2022 and presently flies to 18 locations around Latin America and the Caribbean.

Source : Wic News

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