Frontier Airlines announces flights from SD to ATL and TPA

Ultra-low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines will begin seasonal flights from Santo Domingo’s Las Americas International Airport (SDQ) to Atlanta (ATL) and Tampa (TPA) in May 2023. Frontier also offers direct flights from Santo Domingo to Orlando (MCO) and San Juan, Puerto Rico (SJU).

“We are very excited about the increase in flights to our Santo Domingo network with this new flight to Atlanta,” said Daniel Shurz, senior vice president Commercial, Frontier Airlines. “The Dominican community now has convenient and affordable options to visit the most popular cities in the United States and at the same time Atlanta has a huge base that represents an increase in visitors and a great economic impact for the Dominican Republic.”

“It is very gratifying to welcome this new route from Frontier Airlines, increasing the options travelers have to reach the Dominican Republic. This new service is a testament to the strength and attractiveness of the Dominican Republic as a travel destination for U.S. travelers. I have personally visited the city of Atlanta on two occasions, as we are convinced that the potential to be exploited is almost similar to that of the current market. I am grateful for this new commitment from Frontier, which will allow more visitors to choose the Dominican Republic as a vacation destination,” said David Collado Morales, Minister of Tourism of the Dominican Republic.Frontier Airlane

“We are pleased to welcome this new twice-weekly low-cost travel option to Atlanta at Santo Domingo Airport, along with Frontier Airlines. In addition to the new route to Tampa that will begin in May 2023, Atlanta will be the fourth route operated by Frontier Airlines in Santo Domingo; demonstrating the dynamism and showing their confidence in this market. “Consumers can now take advantage of Frontier’s ‘low fares done right’ to visit the many exciting attractions and activities that Atlanta has to offer; and will also allow them to benefit from the great network of connections at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, the third largest ‘megahub’ in the world for international flight connectivity” said Fabien Gourdon, Chief Commercial Officer of Aerodom.

Source:Listindiario.com

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