Air Century, a Dominican airline, has expanded its route network from Punta Cana.

Santo Domingo, Dec 18 (Prensa Latina) The Dominican flag airline Air Century inaugurated its new route network from the Punta Cana International Airport with the arrival of a flight from Cartagena, Colombia, the company reported today.

Connected with important destinations in the Caribbean, in this first stage from the Dominican city of Punta Cana, the company will also fly to Sint Maarten and Havana, starting tomorrow; and Aruba and Curacao starting December 22.

Omar Chahin, president of Air Century, expressed that they are pleased to start this route network from the Punta Cana International Airport, the main gateway for tourists to the Dominican Republic, and offer them more connection options with the Caribbean.

Chahin estimated that connectivity is key to the development of tourism, which is why Air Century seeks to promote the concept of multi-destinations.

Flights to Aruba and Curacao will be on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; while to Sint Maarten, Havana and Cartagena are scheduled for Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.

The scheduled connections are: Sint Maarten – Cartagena Thursday and Sunday, and Sint Maarten – Havana Tuesday and Thursday.

For his part, Giovanni Rainieri, Director of Airport Operations, maintained that this strategic alliance responds to the mission of continuing to be the aerodrome with the most air traffic in the Dominican Republic, welcoming 69 percent of the tourists who arrive in the country.

The Dominican Republic shows a recovery in the leisure industry after the Covid-19 pandemic and this year expects to receive 10 million visitors for the first time.


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