Published On: Tue, Feb 26th, 2019

Seaborne Airlines begins San Juan to Santiago flight service

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Puerto Rico-based Seaborne Airlines has made a comeback in the Dominican Republic by introducing its San Juan to Santiago flight service.

The Caribbean airliner has started non-stop flight services from Puerto Rico’s Luis Munoz Marin International Airport (SJU) and Cibao International Airport in Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic.

The new San Juan to Santiago flight service is offered thrice a week and four times in a day on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. The flight service between San Juan and Santiago and vice versa is expected to be offered as daily service from 23 May 2019.

Seaborne Airlines starts San Juan to Santiago flight service

Seaborne Airlines starts San Juan to Santiago flight service. Photo courtesy of Business Wire.

Commenting on the new San Juan to Santiago flight service, Captain Jesus Medina – Seaborne Airlines Chief Operating Officer said: “We are thrilled that Seaborne has returned to the Dominican market. Santiago shares important historical, cultural and economic ties with Puerto Rico and we are delighted to be providing safe, reliable and customer-friendly service for travelers in the region.”

The new flight service opens up opportunities for tourists to experience nearby popular holiday destinations, such as the beaches of Puerto Plata, the birthplace of tourism in the Dominican Republic, and the peaceful, serene and natural beauty of Jarabacoa, which is a popular eco-tourism hub.

Santiago Gonzalez – Cibao International Airport Public Relations Officer, commenting on the new San Juan to Santiago flight service, said: “With the start of this route Seaborne will transport hundreds of Dominicans and tourists through Cibao International Airport to enjoy the charms of the north and much of the country. We are happy to have Seaborne back at Cibao Airport and we appreciate Seaborne Airlines executives once again placing trust in our services for the reopening of their operations in the country.”

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