Wingo, Arajet and Plus Ultra offer 23 new routes to the DR

Aeropuertos Dominicanos XXI Aerodom, a subsidiary of the VINCI Airports network, said that the José Francisco Peña Gómez International Airport of the Americas has registered a record 23 new routes for 2022, operated by six airlines.

Several routes of the 23 new ones registered for this year already operate from Santo Domingo to Medellín with Wingo; from Puerto Plata to Frankfurt with Eurowings Discover; from Santo Domingo and Samaná to Madrid with Plus Ultra; from Santo Domingo to Caracas and Maracaibo with Rutaca; and from Santo Domingo to Barranquilla and Cartagena with Air Century.

The other 14 new routes will start flights between September and October, and will connect Santo Domingo with Mexico City, Cancun, Monterrey, Cali, Barranquilla, Cartagena, Lima, San Jose, Aruba, El Salvador, Saint Marteen, Curacao and Guatemala, as reported by America Retail.

“We are delighted to see the continued growth in flights and passengers recorded by our airports, led by the José Francisco Peña Gómez Las Américas Airport (AILA-JFPG),” Aerodom reported.

Meanwhile, Mónika Infante Henríquez, general manager of Aerodom, congratulated the Minister of Tourism. “I would particularly like to congratulate Tourism Minister David Collado, for his leadership in this process and for his tireless work to position the Dominican Republic as the best destination in the entire region,” she said.

As reported by REPORTUR.mx, the new Dominican airline Arajet announced its arrival in Guatemala with direct flights from Santo Domingo, this will allow travelers to connect with other destinations in South America, the Caribbean and Central America, where the airline will operate (Arajet breaks into Guatemala with direct flights from Dominican Republic).

“In us you will find the most economical fares in the market, allowing you to plan a tailor-made trip. Our team of professionals will work to make sure you have an excellent experience. We offer direct flights connecting Santo Domingo with other cities in the Caribbean, Central and South America”, the airline informed at the time.

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