Wingo inaugurated its new route between Panama-Pacifico and Santo Domingo.
Wingo inaugurated this Thursday its new route between Panama Pacifico International Airport and Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic), which will operate two weekly frequencies (Thursdays and Sundays), offering 3,000 seats per month between both routes.
The route will be operated with Boeing 737-800 aircraft, with a capacity of 186 passengers, and fares starting at US$103 one way.
With this new operation, Wingo now has five routes in the Dominican Republic, demonstrating the importance of this market for the airline, which, in addition to this recently inaugurated route, offers flights from Medellin and Bogota to Las Americas International Airport and Punta Cana International Airport.
On November 8, the airline reactivated its flights between Panama-Pacifico and San José, Costa Rica, and inaugurated this Tuesday its new route between Panama-Pacifico and Havana (Cuba).
Wingo is the low-cost airline with the largest number of international destinations operated from Colombia, with a network of 33 direct routes in 11 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Plataforma Informativa de Aviación Comercial líder en América Latina.