Pawa Dominicana starts Santo Domingo-Port-au-Prince flights
Santo Domingo.- The airline Pawa Dominicana on Monday announced the start of the Santo Domingo-Port-au-Prince route, with eight flights per week on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
Pawa PR Alexander Barrios said the flights are a new option for passengers who travel weekly to and from Haiti by air. “It will be a boost to tourist flow and exchange of trade between the two countries which will be joined on both sides of the island.”
“We’re very happy and we have every reason to celebrate. This month we celebrate our first year of operations and the incorporation of this new route, as well as the recent expansion of our offer flights to Curacao and Antigua, not only reaffirm our commitment to convert Santo Domingo into the Hub of the Caribbean, and provides greater and more effective connectivity to the region, but also continue to expand the tourist advantages and opportunities for trade in our destinations,” Barrios said.
Aug 24, 2016
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