Wingo announced today the launch of its fourth international route from Medellín (MDE), which will connect it with Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, starting on March 28.
The low-cost carrier will operate two weekly flights and fares start at USD 194 round trip, including taxes and fees.
Flight P5 7420 will depart from José María Córdova airport on Mondays at 5:24 PM to arrive in Santo Domingo at 8:57 PM after a 2 hour 33 minute flight. The return as P5 7421 will be at 9:57 PM, arriving in Medellin at 11:30 PM.
On Thursdays the flight will depart Medellin at 8:35 PM, arriving in Santo Domingo at 0:08 AM the following day. The return flight will be at 1:08 AM to arrive in Medellin at 2:41 AM.
The Dominican capital joins Panama, Cancun and Punta Cana as international destinations served from Medellin, which further consolidates its position as the low-cost carrier with the largest international network in Colombia, reaching 20 routes in this segment (complemented by nine domestic routes).
“Medellín has always been a very important city for us, which is why we are proud to be the first airline to link these two cities that have so much to offer, on a route that will contribute to the dynamization of tourism,” commented Jorge Jiménez, Wingo’s Director of Sales, Marketing and Distribution.
“Travelers are eager to venture to new destinations and with our world-class route network we will continue to demonstrate our commitment to connect Colombians directly and nonstop,” concluded Jorge.