Arajet Inaugurates Santo Domingo-Buenos Aires Flights

Arajet Inaugurates Santo Domingo-Buenos Aires Flights
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Caribbean low-cost carrier Arajet has this week inaugurated flights between Santo Domingo and Buenos Aires, as expansion continues.

This marks the carrier’s 22nd destination, which spans 16 different countries. The aircraft continues to grow in velocity.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Arajet Inaugurates Santo Domingo-Buenos Aires Flights…

Arajet Inaugurates Santo Domingo-Buenos Aires Flights
Photo Credit: Arajet.


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This service, using a Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, sees flight times being less than eight hours, with the route between Santo Domingo & Buenos Aires operating on a thrice-weekly basis.

Arajet operates these services on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and offers connection points onwards to the likes of Montreal, Toronto, Mexico City, Cancun and more!

Commenting on the route launch was Carlos Mesa, the Senior VP of Customer Experience for the airline:

“Now Argentines will be connected to the Caribbean better than ever. For the first time, we will have a direct flight between our two capital cities; a demonstration that Arajet has kept its word to democratize the skies of the region by connecting the entire continent at the best prices and with the best experience and quality of our in-flight services.”

Adding to this was Sebastián Villar Guarino, Ezeiza Airport’s General Manager in Buenos Aires:

“Air traffic has been consolidating month by month at all airports in the country, and October was the first post-pandemic month that we exceeded 2019 passenger traffic values”.

“Several airlines have confirmed increases in domestic and international flights in November and December.”

“In this context, we are delighted to welcome Arajet to our airport, consequently reaching 30 airlines operating at Ezeiza International Airport and favoring Argentina’s connectivity.”

Looking ahead, all eyes will be on the carrier to see how this new route from Santo Domingo performs, as well as whether there is further scope to expand this going into the future.

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