Arajet has this week inaugurated services between Santo Domingo and Montreal, as the Caribbean-based carrier continues to grow.
The new route operates on a four times per week basis, operating on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
Without further ado, let’s get into it…
Arajet Inaugurates Santo Domingo-Montreal Service…
Commenting on the route launch between Santo Domingo and Montreal was Victor Pacheco, the Founder & CEO of Arajet:
“Arajet continues to change the history of commercial aviation, as the first and only Dominican airline to connect Montreal with Santo Domingo, the continent’s new hub.”
“Montreal travelers can now connect to Santiago in Chile, Medellin, Sao Paulo, Cartagena, Aruba, Saint Marteen, Kingston and Curacao, at the lowest market prices with the best onboard service in the region.”
Adding to this was Yves Beauchamp, the CEO & President of ADM, which operates Montreal-Trudeau Airport:
“ADM Aéroports de Montréal is delighted to welcome this flight from YUL to Santo Domingo, offered by our new airline Arajet”.
“This direct service opens a new door to the beaches, culture, architecture, and history of the capital of the Dominican Republic.”
“While ADM is constantly striving to provide its passengers with the widest possible range of air services, Arajet has come up with an offer in the under-exploited niche of low-cost flights to the Caribbean, demonstrating once again that Montréal is a destination of choice for airlines.”
As Arajet continues to grow, all eyes will be on them to see how this new route will perform, as well as whether there is additional scope to grow in the Summer season.
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