Air Canada, Condor, and NEOS granted authorization by JAC for seasonal flights to Punta Cana and La Romana

Santo Domingo, RD.- The Civil Aviation Board (JAC) learned of requests for new flights that will connect Punta Cana and La Romana with international destinations. Marte Piantini explained that the sustained growth of the country’s air transport, in the last three years (August 2020-August 2023), is the result of the joint work of the Civil Aviation Board, the different government institutions and the sector.

During the meeting, the members of the plenary session learned about Air Canada’s request for a Special Permit to operate round-trip flights on the Toronto/Atlanta/Bogotá/Punta Cana/Toronto and Toronto/Miami/Bogotá/Punta Cana/Toronto routes starting September 23, 2023.

Likewise, during the same session, the request for a Special Permit from the foreign operator Condor Flugdienst was learned, to carry out cargo and passenger air operations on the Düsseldorf/La Romana/Düsseldorf route, starting on November 3, 2023.

Besides The request of the foreign air operator NEOS to carry out round-trip flights on the Malpensa/Rome/La Romana/Rome/Malpensa routes was known; Rome/La Romana/Rome and Verona/La Romana/Montego Bay/Verona.

Mars Piantini highlighted the benefits of air connectivity in the Dominican Republic“It is increasingly easier to get to our country from anywhere in the world,” highlighting the interest shown by foreign operators in flying to and from our country”.

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