Alajet, the Caribbean low-cost airline that has been flying to Peru since September 2022, announced Friday that it will soon add new routes to 22 destinations in 15 countries. This marks the company’s first year of operation in the region.
“New routes from Santo Domingo to São Paulo, Toronto, Santiago de Chile, Montreal and Buenos Aires will soon be added, as well as a route from Santiago de los Caballeros to Bogota, which also connects with other Arajet routes It is scheduled to be done. ”Said Dominican Airlines.
Alajet he also said To celebrate its anniversary, the company is launching a campaign in partnership with The Boeing Company, allowing passengers to purchase tickets for $7.37 per segment (not including taxes and fees).
“This is a special, limited time offer available per segment on flights to Argentina, Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, St. Maarten, Curaçao, Aruba, Jamaica, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala and Mexico. , Canada and the Dominican Republic. Prices for a trip to Brazil start from USD 73.70 one-way.” he elaborated.
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In its first year of operation, Alajet flew to 22 destinations in 15 countries, making more than 150 connection combinations from all destinations.
“This 1st anniversary offer is available from September 7th to September 30th. The applicable period is for flights from October 1, 2023 to June 30, 2024 (excluding December 14, 2023 to January 15, 2024).” he added in a statement.
Alajet It began operations in September 2022 based at Las Americas Airport in Santo Domingo under the Dominican Republic’s Air Operator Certificate (AOC).
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