SANTO DOMINGO–The Dominican Republic’s Air Century announced an expansion of its flights by adding Aruba, Curaçao and St. Maarten.
The presale for these destinations starts from May 2, and they will be incorporated into the aviation company’s regular itinerary from June 4.
With these new routes, the carrier operating from La Isabela International Airport Dr. Joaquín Balaguer says it is seeking to offer more options that generate unforgettable experiences for its clients, with three islands that offer beauty, extraordinary spas, as well as charming places to visit.
“With great satisfaction we announce the formal start of flights to the new Caribbean routes, countries that have a strong presence of Dominicano brothers and sisters to whom we say today: This is your airline, feel at home,” said Omar Chahin. founder and President of Air Century.
Flights to Curaçao will depart every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8:00a.m., to St. Maarten on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 2:15 p.m. and to Aruba on Tuesdays and Sundays at 2:15pm, “with the punctuality that characterises the airline.”
Bron: Daily herald