American Airlines announced that it will increase to 25 its daily flights from the United States to the Dominican Republic’s major international airports.
From Miami to Punta Cana International Airport, situated on the country’s easternmost region, American Airlines will increase to three its daily flights between both airports. It will also add a second flight from New York to this important eastern region airport. American Eagle, a subsidiary of American Airlines, will add a third flight to San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Between the La Romana and San Juan, Puerto Rico airports, the carrier will increase flights from two per week to two per day. In the country’s middle section, specifically at the Santiago International Airport, there will be two daily flights to and from Miami and one to San Juan.
From Las Americas International Airport, situated outside Santo Domingo, the capital city, American Eagle will offer four daily flights to San Juan and one to Haiti. All together, American Airlines will offer three thousand seats daily to passengers traveling between the United States and the Dominican Republic.