Arajet, the first low-fare airline in the Caribbean region, has announced the launch of its second route to Canada, with direct flights soon available to and from Santo Domingo and Montreal.
The new route will kick off on November 7, running four days a week, with a starting fare of $155 USD (one way, tax included). Connections to other destinations in North, Central, South America, and the Caribbean will soon be available.
North America’s new low-price hub
"Arajet remains committed to the growth and expansion of our hub, especially now with Canada which is the second country of origin of tourists to the Dominican Republic, and with a diaspora of more than 50 thousand Dominicans who now have a national airline to visit their friends and family," said Víctor Pacheco Méndez, CEO and founder of Arajet.
“The citizens of Montreal and Santo Domingo have for the first time an airline that offers direct flights at the best market price, which will generate greater benefits for both countries by strengthening commercial and cultural exchange, as well as tourism."
Arajet aims to make the Dominican Republic the new low-price hub of the continent, offering direct flights to 20 destinations in 14 countries.
The airline’s fleet of Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft reduces sonic pollution by up to 40 per cent and save 14 per cent more fuel than other single-aisle aircraft available in the regional market.
"Arajet invites all Canadians to enjoy the beautiful Dominican beaches and encourages Dominicans to enjoy Québec’s cultural diversity offered by recreation sports such as hockey games, snow skiing, Formula 1 racing, and much more," said Pacheco.
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