easyJet and Neos, the 2nd Italian airline, to increase connectivity between Southern Italy and New York and Santo Domingo

London, UK, 2022-May-12 — /Travel PR News/ — easyJet and Neos have announced a partnership to further enhance connections from Italy to some of the most attractive intercontinental destinations. Starting from 16 June, easyJet will provide connecting flights from Catania, Naples and Palermo to Neos’ passengers departing for New York JFK Airport and Santo Domingo… Read the full press release

Boeing announces 20 737 MAX airplane order from new Caribbean airline Arajet

Aircraft commitments include firm order, options and lease agreements for up to 40 jets Carrier launches in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, to operate all-737 MAX fleet SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic, 2022-Mar-15 — /Travel PR News/ — Boeing [NYSE: BA] and Arajet announced today (March 14, 2022) the new Caribbean airline has ordered 20 737 MAX airplanes,… Read the full press release

Hyatt announces 120-room Hyatt Place Santo Domingo Piantini in the Dominican Republic

Construction of new Hyatt Place Santo Domingo Piantini to increase Hyatt’s brand presence in the Caribbean CHICAGO, IL, 2020-Feb-07 — /Travel PR News/ — Hyatt Hotels Corporation (NYSE:H) announced today (February 6, 2020) that Hyatt has entered into a management agreement with Pipax Investment, S.RL. for a new Hyatt Place hotel in the capital city… Read the full press release

Spirit Airlines launches new service to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic and Montego Bay, Jamaica this Winter 2018

MIRAMAR, Fla., 2018-Jul-13 — /Travel PR News/ — Just when the winter chill will be ready to take hold, here come more options for a warm tropical escape with Spirit Airlines (NYSE:SAVE). Beginning November 8, 2018, Spirit will start daily nonstop service from Newark Liberty International Airport(EWR) to Las Américas International Airport (SDQ) in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic*.  On December 20, Spirit will… Read the full press release

The Iberia Group to offer five new destinations: Santo Domingo, Istanbul, Amsterdam, Athens and Stockholm

Iberia has decided to operate the routes that are profitable in the long term, after reviewing the current situation of the airline and the market. This has been made possible thanks to agreements reached by Iberia with all its trade unions, which have allowed it to establish the necessary foundations to reduce its cost base… Read the full press release