Tourism July 9, 2019 | 10:00 am

Civil Aviation Board reports approves 142 flights to Dominican Republic

AIRPORT LAS AMÉRICAS.-The Civil Aviation Board (JAC), approved in ordinary session another 142 flights to the Dominican Republic, from different destinations, mostly Charters.

According to the agency, the Canadian airline West Jet has approved 19 special flights on the Calgary-Punta Cana-Calgary route.

Meanwhile, an amendment was also made to the operating permit of the Finnair airline to include the Helsinki-Punta Cana-Helsinki route.

The JAC reported that of the 142 charter and special flights approved by the JAC Plenary, only two correspond to cargo flights, the remaining 140 are passenger flights.

All these according to the JAC, evidence that the Dominican Republic continues to receive visitors and airlines from all over the world.

Also a highlight, the agency responsible for granting permits of air companies in the country, which during this month of July, confirmed approvals of charter flights from Curacao, Saint Martin, Westchester Country, Moscow, Maracaibo, Caracas, and Valencia, in Venezuela. The airline Laser will manage 94 direct flights from Caracas to the International Airport of La Romana.

The flights approved by the JAC, in the month of July, will arrive at the international airports of Las Americas, Puerto Plata, Punta Cana, and La Romana.

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