Arajet launches a new route in their official schedule

Arajet, the Caribbean’s low-price airline, officially began its new route in Argentina today, with a direct flight between the city of Buenos Aires and Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic.

Arajet concludes the year with a flourish by inaugurating this long-awaited route, which becomes destination number 22 in 16 countries on the Continent. It is the first time that the Ministerio Pistarini International Airport (Ezeiza) in Buenos Aires is directly connected to the Las Américas International Airport in Santo Domingo, capital of the Dominican Republic.

This direct flight of less than 8 hours is available 3 times a week; departing from Buenos Aires on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 04:25 am and from Santo Domingo to Buenos Aires departing at 05:55 pm on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. In addition, you can connect with Montreal and Toronto in Canada; Mexico City and Cancun in Mexico; Guatemala City, in Guatemala; San José in Costa Rica; San Salvador in El Salvador and several destinations in the Caribbean, making Santo Domingo the new hub of the Continent.

“Now Argentines will be connected to the Caribbean better than ever; For the first time we will have a direct flight between our two capital cities; a demonstration that Arajet has kept its word of democratizing the region’s skies, uniting the entire continent at the best prices and with the best experience and quality of our services on board,” said Carlos Mesa, Senior Vice President of Customer Experience, highlighted the importance that Argentina has for the Dominican Republic for being among the 5 main tourist-emitting countries.

“Air traffic has been consolidating month after month in all the country’s airports. So much so that October was the first month after the pandemic that we exceeded the passenger traffic values ​​of 2019. Several airlines have confirmed increases in domestic and international flights starting in November and December, which is excellent news. In this context, it fills us with joy to be able to welcome Arajet at our airport, thus reaching 30 airlines operating at the Ezeiza International Airport and favoring the connectivity of Argentina,” said the General Manager of the Ezeiza Airport, Sebastián Villar Guarino.

The ambassador of the Dominican Republic accredited to Argentina, Gustavo Hernando, thanked the airline and its representatives for accepting the Dominican government’s request to promote tourism and regional connection, and also thanked the Argentine authorities for approving and receiving this new route, which will continue to expand and strengthen the ties of friendship between both nations for the benefit of tourism and trade between their citizens.

Argentines who fly on Arajet to Santo Domingo will enjoy the beauty and historical importance of its Colonial Zone, for being the “Primary of America” and a world heritage site, its warm people and its beautiful tropical beaches 20 minutes from the airport such as Boca Chica, Guayacanes, Juan Dolio, also Bayahibe just 45 minutes away. Arajet also offers a service from the airport to Punta Cana at no additional cost, and it is a journey of less than two hours.

Arajet has an extensive route network of 22 destinations in 16 countries, more than 150 connections in North, Central and South America, managing to interconnect the entire continent at the lowest cost and operational security. Arajet hopes to fly more than 7 million passengers in the next 5 years and consolidate in Santo Domingo a robust air connection hub, with flights and rates to benefit travelers in the region. Book your ticket at the best prices at

About Arajet

Arajet is the first low-cost airline in the Caribbean region and began operations in September 2022 from its base at Las Américas Airport in Santo Domingo, under its Dominican Republic air operator certificate (AOC). Arajet operates a new fleet of Boeing 737MAX-8 aircraft that provide safe and affordable travel to and from the Dominican Republic to various destinations in North, Central and South America and the Caribbean region. For more information, visit

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