Dominican Government approves more than 200 new regular, charter flights

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SANTO DOMINGO. – The Civil Aviation Board (JAC) on April 15 approved new flights by different air lines to and from the Dominican Republic, among them Martinair Holland, N.V., to change its operation permit to include the regular flight Amsterdam-Varadero-Punta Cana-Amsterdam.

Air Berlìn, PLC was also authorized to operate regular flights and charters from and to Dominican Republic, said the JAC.

Moreover, Ecuador’s Tame Airline will have 9 flights between Quito and Punta Cana; Skyservice Airlines, Inc. will have 5 charter flights from Toronto to Punta Cana, and Skyway air cargo another 22 charter flights from Aguadilla to Santo Domingo.

Meanwhile Livingston Airline, SPA will have 6 charter flights between Rome, Milan and La Romana; Canada’s Canjet Airlines will offer 15 flights between Toronto Fredericton, Halifax, Puerto Plata, Punta Cana, and St. Johns.

The Spanish company Iberworld will provide 19 charter flights between Punta Cana and Madrid, whereas the company Edelweiss Air will offer 4 non-regular flights between Germany, Zurich and Punta Cana.