American Airlines announces more service to Dominican Republic
Santo Domingo.- American Airlines, founding partner of the global alliance oneworld®, announced that it’s expanding its service to Dominican Republic, increasing the number of daily flights between Miami and Santo Domingo and Miami and Punta Cana, and incorporating an aircraft with higher capacity for passengers in the Santo Domingo to New York route.
Starting December 2, American added a new frequency to the flight to Miami International Airport (MINE) from Santo Domingo’s Las Americas International Airport (AILA).
With this new frequency the airline offers flights in the route four times each day. American uses Boeing 757 aircraft with a capacity for 188 passengers and Boeing 767 with a capacity for 225 passengers in this route.
The airline also added a new frequency to Miami from the Punta Cana International Airport (PUJ) during the high season, offering the route three times per day. In this route American uses Boeing 737 airplanes with a capacity for 160 passengers.
It said it also incorporates the Boeing 777 aircraft with capacity for 246 passengers from the AILA to John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York. With the inclusion of this airplane guarantees a higher freight capacity for passengers.
The information was provided by AA Dominican Republic general director Mr. Oliver Bojos, who stressed the airline’s commitment to supply the travel needs of its passengers when offering more convenience and flight options. “We are sure that these additional flights and airplanes with a higher capacity will be very attractive, mainly in this time of holidays, where hundreds of national and foreign passengers travel between both countries to pass then together with their relatives as is the tradition of Dominicans.”
Source: Dominican Today
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