Arajet will connect Santo Domingo directly with Guatemala

Arajet will connect Santo Domingo directly with Guatemala

arajetthe Dominican airline promoted as low-priced, announced today that it will directly connect Santo Domingo with Ciudad de Guatemalawith the signing of an open skies treaty between the Government of the Dominican Republic and Guatemala.

The president of the Central American country, Alejandro Giammattei, assured that “one of the dreams of his government will finally come true, that both countries have direct connectivity,” according to a statement sent to the media.

The agreement was signed in the presidential house and signed by the president of the Civil Aviation Board of the Dominican Republic, José Marte Piantini, and the director of Civil Aeronautics of GuatemalaFrancis Argueta, together with the president of arajetVíctor Pacheco, and the Dominican airport director, Víctor Pichardo.

During the meeting, Pacheco reported that arajet would start direct operations between Santo Domingo and Ciudad de Guatemala in two months, connecting the Las Américas International Airport with the La Aurora International Airport in the Central American capital with at least two weekly frequencies.

“Today, flying between Santo Domingo and Ciudad Guatemala it has an average price of 1,200 dollars and takes between 12 and 14 hours. With arajet We will connect these two capitals in just 2 hours and 45 minutes, with low rates up to 70 percent cheaper”, said the executive.

arajet It will operate an exclusive fleet of Boeing 737 Max-8 that will allow a 14% reduction in fuel consumption over the most efficient current single-aisle aircraft, the statement explains.

The Dominican delegation arrived at La Aurora International Airport aboard their second Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft, called Valle Nuevo, from arajeta model of which it expects to receive 40 aircraft in the next five years.

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