Arajet to double its flights to Ecuador in 2024

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Dominican airline Arajet announced that as of June 2024 it will double the number of seats available between Santo Domingo and the destinations it serves in Ecuador: Quito and Guayaquil.

The information was provided by Manuel Luna, Arajet’s Chief Communication Officer, at the event celebrating the airline’s first year of operations in the city of Guayaquil.

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Luna indicated that, as of June 21, Arajet will increase from two flights a week to Ecuador to four and with better schedules. “I am excited to announce that thanks to the good performance of the Ecuadorian market, we will be resuming direct flights between Santo Domingo-Guayaquil and Santo Domingo-Quito, which will increase to 1,500 available seats per week between the Dominican Republic and Ecuador”.

The airline executive said that Ecuadorians flying with Arajet will enjoy the Dominican Republic, its historic city of Santo Domingo, the “first city of America”, as well as its tropical beaches just 20 minutes from the airport. He also highlighted the airline’s extensive route network with 22 destinations in 16 countries, more than 150 connections in North, Central and South America and that they also offer a bus service to Punta Cana at no additional cost, in a journey time of less than two hours.