Here’s how Sky Cana will promote Dominican Republic tourism with flights to NY
THE AIRCRAFT WILL BEAR THE SLOGAN “GO DOMINICAN REPUBLIC”
A state-of-the-art Airbus A330 aircraft will be used
They seek to establish a Dominican product “country brand”
Sky Cana presented its travel offer and the characteristics of its products to the leading travel agencies and tour operators of Santiago and the Cibao region, as it will soon have flights to New York.
Frank Diaz, CEO of the airline, explained that for the link between the cities (Santiago-Santo Domingo) to promote the country, the aircraft would carry the slogan “Go Dominican Republic.”
Airbus A330 aircraft of the latest generation will be used, with a configuration of 24 seats for business class and 275 seats in economy class; both routes will provide a total of 18,189 seats monthly.
“We will fly twice a week to New York starting December 2 from Santiago with flights operated by Air Century. Our concept, facilities, advantages, commissions and schedules, will be with the intention of establishing a Dominican product “country brand” with the best of Creole warmth,” he added.
He assured that their fares are competitive and the ticket includes hand luggage and the first suitcase; and the right to transport up to 4 extra bags paid.
“On both routes we will offer 18,189 seats monthly to the Dominican diaspora residing in New York. We do not come to compete with the traditional airlines that fly from Santiago and Santo Domingo, we come as Dominicans to serve our people, offering them a warm and dignified service, with the human warmth they deserve, with the best attentions and that smile that only Dominicans can offer them,” he emphasized.
Creole is a slogan from the British and France west indies , not from REPUBLICA DOMINICANA .COME ON WE ARE NOT WOKE OR BLM .., WE ARE BEYTER THAN THAT.
Creole is not a Spanish term. It is more a French term.
If DR is a part of hispaniola no doubt they’re creole also .what is really wrong in different about being a creole
Whatever. Your on a island with Haiti. Beautiful people, just as DR have beautiful people. Your Afro Latinos. Just with Spanish heritage. Put your pride son!
Lo que. Estás en una isla con Haití. Gente guapa, al igual que RD tiene gente guapa. Tus afrolatinos. Solo con herencia española. ¡Pon tu orgullo hijo!
And by capitalizing the word Creole you are referring to the language and not the meaning for which it was intended.
It would help if they can publish their website on this article so that we can search for flights to and from NYC.
Es una buena idea porque el mundo del caribe es mundo créole à causa de la historia. Los que no lo acepta tienen un problema con su historia loll
Creole is mean comida criolla dominicana like some people said the 🇩🇴rice bean meat
Cuando algunos cojen un tema nada mas lo hacen para chismear,todos tenemos El negrito detras de la oreja,si es verdad que comparations la misma Isla,pero con cultural muy diferentes
Competitive fares means. they will be expensive like every other airline that without a valid reason, charges you a fortune to fly to Santiago. You want to be different.? Charge less with quality services.
If flight prices are similar than other airlines then you are still getting a deal because other airlines do not include not even the carry on. This flights will include the carry on and 1 checked bag. Let’s wait until they publish their deals.
Es una excelente noticia ya que en verdad las otras lineas que van a RD necesitan mas competencia. Ahora esperemos que el costo de vuelo baje un poco porque nos estaban dando en el cuello.
Esperemos! Pero recuerda que estos vuelos incluiran la maleta de mano y una maleta adicional. Lo que otras aerolineas no estan incluyendo.
Que importa la palabra “Creole” de donde venga. Lo que importa es que venga con buenos precios, buen servicio y que venga para quedarse.
Ya need to learn how to read… It says. To intent … Aot of Dominican speak creole … Inwas raised with Haitian. Whats the problem… My dad took them to school .. Today some of then are even doctors. Working in the Dominican republic…