~ With the flight No. Y2-162, the St. Maarten-Santo Domingo.~
~ The airline will also fly to Curacao and Aruba, in addition to its already established destinations in Haiti and Puerto Rico.~
St. Maarten:—.- Dominican airline Air Century arrives at Princess Juliana International Airport opening the route St. Maarten – Santo Domingo, with flight No. Y2-162that departed from Santo Domingo earlier that day.
With this new route, the airline, which operates from La Isabela International Airport, Dr. Joaquín Balaguer, offers more options to its customers, in addition to its current destinations in San Juan, Puerto Rico and Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Later this month the airline will open the routes Curacao and Aruba.
“By opening these new routes, we extend a bridge of affection for all the Dominican brothers who reside in those islands full of history, music, culture, rich gastronomy and dreamy landscapes. They can now count on a real Dominican Airline!” Said Fabio Nina, Commercial directorof Air Century.
He added that “The stellar moment we experienced today would not have been possible without the necessary and decisive support of the country’s aeronautical authorities, to whom I express my deep gratitude, to the executives of the Princess Juliana International Airport. But mostly because of the continued preference of our valued travelers who trust in the punctuality, comfort and warmth of our service. “
Flights to Curaçao will depart every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8:00 A.M.; to St. Maarten on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 2:15 P.M. and Aruba: Tuesdays and Sundays at 2:15 in the afternoon, with the punctuality that characterizes the airline.
During the event, held at the airport terminal, the fire department received the flight from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic with the traditional water salute.
Authorities of St. Maarten Civil Aviation, Airport Department,special guests, and media attended the special event.
Source: St. Martin News Network http://www.smn-news.com/st-maarten-st-martin-news/29350-air-century-opens-new-routes-to-the-caribbean.html