Arajet to launch new Caribbean connections from Toronto

An Arajet Boeing 737 on climb.
MHernandezp05, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Caribbean low-cost airline Arajet has announced news for Canadian travelers. The airline has recently planned the launch of its connecting flights from Pearson International Airport in Toronto to several stunning destinations, including Cartagena, Medellín, Aruba, Curaçao, Sint Marten, Kingston, and Sao Paulo.

These new flights are set to commence operation from October 24, opening up new Caribbean travel possibilities for Canadian tourists.

Víctor Pacheco Méndez, the visionary CEO and founder of Arajet, expressed his enthusiasm about this development. He highlighted the unique opportunity for Canadians to benefit from Arajet’s strategically positioned low-price hub in the Dominican Republic.

This hub will serve as a gateway to a multitude of dream destinations across the Caribbean throughout the year.

With Arajet’s affordable flights, more tourists will be able to visit these captivating countries, fostering economic development, creating employment opportunities, and enriching the lives of people throughout the region.

Flight frequencies


To accommodate the projected demand, Arajet will offer four weekly frequencies from Toronto Pearson International Airport. Travelers can choose to fly on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, or Saturdays, providing flexibility in their travel plans.

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Furthermore, Arajet is currently offering a limited-time promotion, with connections to various Caribbean destinations starting at just USD 119 per leg (taxes not included).

This exceptional value clearly enables travelers to embark on their tropical adventures without breaking the bank.

Boeing 737 MAX 8


Arajet’s commitment to revolutionizing travel extends beyond affordable prices. By utilizing state-of-the-art Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft, the airline ensures a superior experience for passengers while also prioritizing environmental sustainability.

These cutting-edge aircraft consume 14% less fuel than other single-aisle options available in the regional market. By reducing fuel consumption, Arajet takes significant strides towards minimizing its carbon footprint.

Additionally, the incorporation of these advanced aircraft reduces noise pollution by an impressive 40%, contributing to a more pleasant travel experience for both passengers and nearby communities.

Dominican Republic travel hub


With 74 connections available, Arajet is transforming the Dominican Republic into the new low-price hub of the continent. Travelers can take advantage of the airline’s extensive network to reach their desired destinations at the best possible fares.

Arajet’s commitment to providing affordable, convenient, and environmentally conscious travel options positions them competitively in the Caribbean aviation industry.

The airline’s move towards connecting flights from Toronto Pearson International Airport to various Caribbean destinations marks a new development for Canadian travelers.

With Arajet’s low-price hub in the Dominican Republic, tourists can explore the wonders of the Caribbean all year round. The airline’s affordable fares, coupled with their modern Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft, make traveling more accessible, enjoyable, and sustainable.

As Arajet connects people and places, it simultaneously fosters economic growth, generates employment opportunities, and contributes to the overall development of the region.

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By Len Varley - Assistant Editor 4 Min Read
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