American Airlines calls decision to nix NY-DR flights extremely difficult
Santo Domingo.- American Airlines on Monday called extremely difficult, its decision to cancel its direct flights Santo Domingo and Santiago-New York as of April 2.
In a statement to listin.com.do from Las Americas Airport, American Airlines PR manager Dori Robau Alvarez said the last flight slated for the two destinations have been canceled until April 1, 2013.
She said American Airlines, which has provided continuous service in Dominican Republic for over 37 years, will continue its commitment to local customers through its hub in Miami, with four daily flights to Santo Domingo, three to Punta Cana, one to Santiago, one to Puerto Plata and seasonal service to La Romana.
Robau said its subsidiary American Eagle will offer provide direct service between Miami and La Romana. “It was a difficult decision for us to cancel our direct flights between the Dominican Republic and the U.S. territory after more than 37 years operating in the country.”
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