Local March 7, 2023 | 1:24 pm

Air Europa will connect New York with Santo Domingo starting next July

Air Europa will expand its network of destinations as part of its expansion plan started in 2022, reinforcing its summer programming with a new connection between New York and Santo Domingo. The company, which has opted for long-haul Boeing 787 Dreamliners, as is the case in New York and Santo Domingo, affirms that it continues to increase its number of aircraft as part of its expansion plan. In addition, during the next summer season, making more than 65,000 seats available to passengers on four new routes in Europe and North Africa.

The operation begins on March 26 with the resumption of the route to Tunisia, where the Globalia Group will initially fly with two weekly frequencies to increase to three from June. In July, the airline will increase its network with Alghero, the city on the northwest coast of Sardinia where, as in previous years, it will have two weekly flights. Also from mid-July to mid-September, Air Europa will connect New York and Santo Domingo with two frequencies a week.

Santorini, Athens, Alghero, and Tunis will be operated by Boeing 737-800 aircraft, the model around which Air Europa has unified its entire short and medium-haul fleet.

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Paul Tierney
March 8, 2023 8:30 am

This is a good benefit to all flyers. It provides an additional air carrier option to the route and hopefully reduce airfares of competitors. The public wins.