Last Sunday, June 19, was the day chosen for Spanish airline World2fly to inaugurate its new route between Madrid (MAD) and Santo Domingo (SDQ), which will have two weekly flights and a monthly offer of 1,728 seats. After Punta Cana (PUJ), where it began flights in June 2021, this is the second destination that connects the airline with the Dominican Republic and comes as it celebrates its first year of operation.
Flight WFL3049 was operated by an Airbus A350 registered with registration EC-NO1, which took off at 17:18 local time from Terminal 1 of Adolfo Suarez Airport (MAD) and landed at Las Americas International Airport (SD0) at 19:02.
According to data obtained by Aviacionline through the Civil Aviation Board (JAC), from June 2021 to April 2022, the Iberostar Group airline mobilized 55,77l passengers in the Caribbean country from Spain and Portugal.
– Madrid – Santo Domingo Flight WFL 3409 MAD 16:30 – SDO 19:10 Wednesday and Sunday.
– Santo Domingo – Madrid Flight WFL 3410 SDO 21:10 – MAD 11:30 +1 Wednesday and Sunday.
Flights will be operated in Airbus A350-900 aircraft with 432 seats in single configuration. Promotional fares start at USD 450 each way.
In 2021 Santo Domingo (SDO) was Madrid’s (MAD) second largest intercontinental market, handling 425,614 passengers and 7,284.29 tons of cargo in 1,657 air operations, according to a report by Ana Estadisticas.
World2fly’s scheduled flights from Madrid (MAD)
According to data obtained by Aviacionline through the Cirium platform, the Spanish leisure airline will have an offer of 8,640 seats per week in 20 air operations between the Spanish capital and the Caribbean, the schedule is as follows:
– Cancun (CUN) three times a week.
– Havana (HAV) twice a week.
– Punta Cana (PUJ) three times a week.
– Santo Domingo (SDQ) three times a week.