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Boeing To Repair Planes On Dominican Republic Routes After Multiple Malfunctions

This week, famed aerospace company Boeing came under fire for a lack of safety measures around its 737-800 aircraft in Latin America – including those on routes to and from the Dominican Republic. Boeing’s Latin American Vice President, Landon Loomis, stated that ‘security is essential to the company, and that actions must be taken quickly …

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Delta Will Reduce Flights From The U.S To The Dominican Republic This Summer

This week, American air carrier Delta announced it would drastically reduce the number of flights in the United States and Latin America, including the Dominican Republic,  from July 1st to August 1st this summer. This comes after hundreds of flights were cancelled from the major airline this past holiday weekend, due to bad weather and …

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JetBlue Launches New Flight To Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic

The affordable air-carrier JetBlue has just announced a new flight path connecting Boston, the U.S.A with Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic. This new route was established after a meeting between the Consulate General of the Dominican Republic in Boston, Ramon Antonio Cruz, and the director of the Civil Aviation Board, Jose Marte Piantini. Officials …

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Puerto Plata Airport Set To Reopen in The Dominican Republic On May 20

Puerto Plata’s Gregorio Luperon Airport is set to reopen on May 20th, following a 10-day renovation of runway 0826 to accommodate larger aircraft. Currently, the airport is a hub for flights from U.S destinations, including New York, Miami and Boston. Top airlines that operate from the airport such as American Airlines, JetBlue and United are …

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