Sunday, February 17, 2008

The Civil Aviation Board issued its approval for the new airline, Air Dominicana to begin flights in May. The airline, an affiliate of Air Europa of Grupo Globalia in Spain, will initially fly to destinations in the US, Mexico and South America. In a second phase, the airline will fly to Europe and more South American destinations.

It is unknown what effect this new service will have on industry competition, but I am hoping to see lower fares, even if only through frequent sales!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

If they would begin flights between Santo Domingo and San Juan, it might help the monopoly that American Airlines has and help lower the outrageous fares for that 241 mile trip.