European carrier Air Europa is expanding in the Caribbean.
The airline, which operates several transatlantic flights to the Caribbean, is adding its first flight from North America to the Caribbean.
In June, the company plans to start daily flights from New York and Santo Domingo, the capital of the Dominican Republic.
The company said it will be operating the route on a Boeing 787 used for the Madrid-New York route.
Juan Jose Hidalgo, who owns the airline, said Air Europa would also be adding more flights between Spain and Santo Domingo.
The news was announced at this week’s Fitur tourism conference in Spain.