Direct flight between Santo Domingo and Ezeiza

Arajet, the Caribbean low-fare airline, announced the start of ticket sales for the new route that will link Buenos Aires with Santo Domingo (SDQ), Dominican Republic, for the first time in history with direct scheduled flights every week.

Tickets are already available on the website, with an introductory promotion starting at US$169 each way (excluding taxes and fees) that will be in effect until Friday, August 11.

The new route will operate from November 14 with a frequency of three flights per week, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and will soon include connections to other destinations in the continent, allowing Argentine travelers to connect with Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean through Santo Domingo.

Arajet offers direct flights to 22 destinations in 15 countries, and is turning the Dominican Republic into the continent’s new low-fare hub with 88 connections and a new fleet of environmentally friendly Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft that reduce noise pollution by up to 40%.

THE WORD OF VÍCTOR PACHECO MÉNDEZ, CEO AND FOUNDER OF ARAJET

“Now Argentines will be connected to the Caribbean better than ever; with Arajet for the first time we will have a direct flight between our two capital cities, this way they will not only be able to enjoy the first city of America or Punta Cana, but also Bayahibe, La Romana, Puerto Plata, Santiago and connect with other countries through our hub”, highlighted Pacheco Méndez.

In addition, the businessman invited Dominicans to visit Argentina, famous for its excellent food, soccer, tango and good wines. “Arajet continues to expand throughout the region, so we can say that Argentines and Dominicans have an airline that connects them to North, Central and South America at the best price in the market, with safety and comfort,” he concluded.

Source: mensajero.com

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