Tourism from France: Weekly arrival of nine flights for visitors

The Minister of Tourism, David Collado, highlighted the achievements made by the country, recovering that issuing market to guarantee the arrival of more French tourists


Paris France. The Minister of Tourism, David Collado, highlighted here the achievements made by the country in its participation in the Top Resa 2023 tourism fair, recovering that issuing market to guarantee the arrival of more French tourists.

“The results of our participation here at Top Resa, with representatives of more than 20 private sector companies, could not be more encouraging to ensure that French tourists continue to choose us as their favorite long-distance destination,” Collado told reporters when evaluating the participation of the Dominican Republic in this new version of Top Resa, which took place here from Monday until yesterday.

An informative note explains that as a result of the agreements signed and dozens of meetings with the main actors in French tourism, it was possible to recover and consolidate the French market, ensuring the arrival of more tourists to the Dominican Republic.

A strategic meeting was held with Air Caraibe executives, who announced that they will operate 7 weekly Punta Cana-France flights and 2 weekly Santo Domingo-France flights, which represents 6,000 seats available starting this week.

The meeting was led by the president of Air Caraibes, Marc Rochet; There were also Christine Ourmeries, CEO, and Edmond Richard, general director.

“We are ready to receive all tourists from France and the entire world, in a destination fully prepared for their enjoyment and use,” said Collado.

The official recalled that historically France has always been in the top positions as a country that sends tourists from Europe.

The fair

Top Resa was held at the Paris Expo Puerta de Versalles fairgrounds.

It is one of the main professional tourism fairs in Europe and the gateway to French-speaking markets, which in 2022 attracted the attendance of 29,475 professionals linked to tourism, with a third of the guests being travel agencies, in charge of mobilize tourist traffic to different destinations.

This fair, exclusively focused on professionals, brought together in its previous edition nearly 30,000 professionals, more than 400 exhibitors, and 600 accredited journalists from around the world.

On this occasion more than 20 private companies from the Dominican Republic were present.

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