After a 14 year ban, a Dominican airline starts regular flights today – For the first time in fourteen years a Dominican airline will begin flights to another destination today Monday, after the country lost its international category to do so with regular flights,

The carrier Pawa will conduct is inaugural flight to San Juan, Puerto Rico with wide body DC-9 airplanes, marking the normalization of flights by Dominican airlines to and from the United States.

Pawa executives said this date is highly symbolic for the country and Dominican civil aviation, because of the type of airplane which starts regular flights to Puerto Rico.

The flight will cover the route Santo Domingo and San Juan, departing at 11:45 a.m. from the Las Americas International Airport, the airline executives said.


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