Arajet, the low-price airline of the Caribbean officially inaugurated its operations in Brazil with direct flights between Sao Paulo and Santo Domingo, and also connecting with Santiago de los Caballeros and with Bávaro and Punta Cana.
Sao Paulo was inaugurated as one of the 22 destinations offered by the airline from Dominican land; Initially, the Brazilian city will be directly connected to Santo Domingo with three weekly frequencies: Monday, Wednesday and Saturday from Sao Paulo to Santo Domingo and from Santo Domingo to Sao Paulo Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.
Flavia Pavie, General Counser & Chief Compliance Officer of Arajet, expressed that this new route opens the opportunity for Dominicans to know and explore the southern cone of America with the lowest rates on the market and with a fleet of new and modern.
"Today Arajet begins a new chapter in national aviation with this connectivity between the Dominican Republic and Brazil that will increase the arrival of tourists, strengthen commercial relations between these countries and grow as a hub connecting the continent." Pavie indicated.
For his part, Mr. John Hazim, Consul General of São Paulo, shared a brief message from the Ambassador of the Dominican Republic in Brazil, Patricia Villegas de Jorge “The Embassy of the Dominican Republic in Brazil welcomes Arajet to the capital of São Paulo. A new stage begins in DR-Brazil bilateral relations. Welcome to São Paulo! “She specified.
Julia Orrico, Air Business Manager of GRU Airport reinforces the importance of this new route and the start of Arajet operations in the country. "The Brazilian market has enormous potential, which will only be fully exploited when the market has more dynamism, more airlines and greater competition. A new link with the Caribbean has been long awaited and we are delighted to be part of that story."
Sao Paulo is the first of the new destinations that Arajet will be opening in the coming weeks, which will include Toronto, Montreal, Santiago de Chile, Buenos Aires and direct flights between Santiago de los Caballeros and Bogotá.