Advierte a líneas aéreas no cobrar impuesto de 10 dólares a dominicanos

Warns airlines not to charge tax of 10 dollars to Dominicans

The president of the Civil Aviation Board (JAC), José Marte Piantini, warned the airlines that they should not apply the payment of ten dollars per tourist card, tax applied to air tickets.

Marte Piantini met with representatives of the different airlines where it was agreed to form a commission of JAC officials and airline executives, which would be in charge of following up on compliance with the presidential provision.

The presidential provision to exonerate the payment of ten dollars for a tourist card, favors both the thousands of Dominicans living abroad, as well as foreigners residing in the Dominican Republic.

Dr. Marte Piantini said that the measure ordered by President Luis Abinader, via the Civil Aviation Board (JAC), is part of the government’s interest in helping and providing the necessary facilities to Dominicans living abroad.

“Our Dominican brothers living abroad cannot be subject to this tax, quite the contrary, the government of President Luis Abinader tries to offer as many facilities as necessary in favor of the Creoles,” specified the president of the JAC.

Representatives from American Airlines, Jet Blue, Copa Airlines, Delta, Iberia, Air Century, Arajet, Air Caraibes, among other airlines that have established routes in the Dominican Republic, were present at the meeting with Marte Piantini.

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