Robertocavada.comToday marks the inauguration of non-stop service from Tampa International Airport (TPA) to the Dominican Republic, to Las Americas International Airport in Santo Domingo (SDQ), yesterday May 21 was the first non-stop flight from this city to Punta Cana, through Frontier Airlines.
These new services are part of the expansion strategy of the aforementioned airline in addition to the inter-institutional effort of the Ministry of Tourism and the Consulate General of the Dominican Republic in Orlando, Florida.
“It is a great achievement of our Government, in response to the demand of the Dominican community in this city and today I am pleased to be present at the ribbon cutting of this inaugural Tampa-Santo Domingo flight that will facilitate the family approach of the Dominicans in Tampa as well as foreigners who wish to visit our country and now they can do it in a direct flight”, were the words of the Consul General of the Dominican Republic in Orlando Florida Francisco Holi Matos.
The director of the Tourism Office in Central Florida, Raquel Reyes, said that the Dominican Ministry of Tourism will continue to work to promote these services in order to ensure the permanence of this route and to confirm that thanks to the opening of these flights there are 38,000 seats per year to the Dominican Republic.
For her part, Raquel Reyes, director of the Florida Tourism Office, emphasized that “the Ministry of Tourism will continue to work to promote these services in order to guarantee the permanence of this route and its regular confirmation from Tampa to the Dominican Republic.
Thanks to the opening of these flights, 38,000 seats per year will be added to the Dominican Republic”.
It is expected that this new direct air connection will contribute to strengthening ties between both countries, boosting tourism and facilitating travel between Tampa and tourist destinations in the Dominican Republic.