Low-cost Dominican airline Arajet recently announced that it welcomed its 200,000th passenger after just seven months of operations.
In April, the Santo Domingo-based carrier transported 32,191 across the 17 destinations in 11 countries that it serves, according to the company.
With even more connecting locations being added to the network, Víctor Pacheco, CEO and founder of Arajet, says that he is proud of the accomplishments so far and the company’s pledge to “fulfill the promise of turning the Dominican Republic into the new low-price hub in the region” and bringing “even more travelers to the record-breaking numbers of tourist arrivals to the country.”
Arajet flights serve locations in the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Guatemala, El Salvador, Jamaica, Aruba, San Martin, and Curacao.
The airline also has the United States on its radar. “Very soon we will announce new routes to South America and the United States, since the Dominican state signed the open skies treaty with that country,” said Pacheco earlier this year in a statement.