BTC Fair unites travel agencies with Air Century

Cinthya Baez Felipe Gutiérrez Linette de los Santos y Joubert Synal

As part of its strategy to continue promoting its destinations and new hub at the Punta Cana International Airport, the Dominican airline Air Century participated in the Caribbean Tourist Exchange (BTC) fair, offering a breakfast for 100 national and international travel agencies. international, along with profitability information for users.

The BTC fair has been held for 27 years with the purpose of promoting the tourist offers of the Dominican Republic and the Caribbean, as well as establishing relationships between commercial sellers with the tourism professionals who participate.

Air Century, which for more than 30 years has stood out for offering exceptional service, shared with those present the competitive rates that include taxes and fees, as well as in-flight amenities at no additional cost.

“For us it is an honor to participate in this important event to continue promoting our value proposition. Air Century continues to grow, and with these new routes, the Dominican diaspora will be able to continue connecting with their land from these Caribbean destinations,” mentioned Felipe Gutierrez, commercial director of the airline.

Among the benefits presented by the company are a new route network from Punta Cana to Saint Maarten, Curacao, Aruba and Cartagena, increased connectivity, arrival of new aircraft, among others.

The frequencies on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays are from Punta Cana to Aruba; Monday, Wednesday and Friday from Punta Cana to Curacao; In the same order of Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday they depart from Punta Cana to Saint Maarten; Thursday and Sunday from Punta Cana with a trip to Cartagena; and Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday from Punta Cana to Havana.

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