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United Adding More Flights to Dominican Republic, Cancun

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United Airlines is adding 35 routes across the Caribbean and Latin America in August, the carrier said this week.  That includes new flights to Cancun from Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles, Newark and San Francisco.  United is also increasing its flights […]

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A Big Dominican Republic Expansion for Frontier Airlines

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The Dominican Republic is set for a major boost in air service thanks to a significant expansion from Frontier Airlines.  Frontier, which has been steadily growing its Caribbean footprint in the last year, is planning to launch three new daily […]

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New Tortola-Dominican Republic Flights

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Regional carrier interCaribbean Airways has launched its first-ever service between Tortola, BVI and Santiago in the Dominican Republic. The new service is operating twice each week, with flights between the two destinations on Mondays and […]

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JetBlue Launches New Daily Flights to Santo Domingo

By the Caribbean Journal staff Fresh off the news of rival American Airlines’ huge Caribbean expansion, JetBlue has added another new nonstop route to the region. JetBlue has officially launched its newest daily nonstop flights, connecting Newark, New Jersey and […]


A New Way to Get to Santo Domingo

By the Caribbean Journal staff Heading to the Dominican Republic’s tourism paradise of Punta Cana? There’s a new way to add a cultural adventure to your beach getaway. Dominican Republic transportation firm Metro ST has added a new coach bus […]


JetBlue Launching New Flights to Cayman Islands, Dominican Republic

By the Caribbean Journal staff JetBlue is adding a pair of major new nonstop routes to the Caribbean this year. The fast-expanding carrier has announced the planned launch of new service from Fort Lauderdale to Santiago, Dominican Republic and Grand […]

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JetBlue Launching Newark-Santo Domingo Flights

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By the Caribbean Journal staff New York City-based JetBlue has announced plans to launch a new daily nonstop route between Newark Liberty International Airport and Santo Domingo’s Las Americas International Airport in the Dominican Republic. The route will provide new […]


Hodelpa Opening New Resort in Puerto Plata

By the Caribbean Journal staff Resort company Hodelpa is expanding in the Dominican Republic with a new property in Puerto Plata. Its latest project is Hotel Emotions Playa Dorada, which is slated to open this December. The $50 million project […]


Delta Resumes “Full Schedule” of Dominican Republic Flights

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Delta has resumed its full schedule of flights to the Dominican Republic, the carrier announced in a statement Sunday. That included flights to Punta Cana, Santo Domingo and Santiago. The Dominican Republic’s tourism hub of […]

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Delta Adds More Flights From San Juan Ahead of Maria

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Delta has added two extra flights to and from San Juan to Atlanta this week ahead of the expected arrival of Hurricane Maria, the company announced. Delta is flying 757 and Airbus A321 aircraft from […]


Delta Airlines' New Flights to the Dominican Republic

Delta Airlines is expanding its reach in the region again. The carrier announced that it would be resuming its service between Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and Cibao International Airport in the Dominican Republic city of Santiago. The flights will be operating […]


Haiti's Sunrise Airways Set to Launch Service to Santiago de Cuba

Above: a Sunrise Airways plane By the Caribbean Journal staff Haiti’s Sunrise Airways is continuing its Caribbean expansion. The carrier will soon be launching flights from its hub in Port-au-Prince to Santiago de Cuba in Cuba. The flights will begin […]


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