Arajet, the Caribbean’s low-fare airline, has opened connections from Toronto and Montreal to Buenos Aires, Argentina, thereby increasing the range of travel possibilities for Canadians with said airline.
This new Arajet’s connection is in addition to those that had already been recently announced, including Sao Paulo, in Brazil; Santiago de Chile in Chile; Cartagena and Medellin in Colombia; as well as several Caribbean islands such as Jamaica, Aruba or Curaçao.
Arajet indicated that, in addition to its direct flights, it will be able to offer Canadians the possibility of having a new and efficient connection hub at low prices through Santo Domingo, where the airline is currently offering direct flights to 22 destinations in 15 countries.
The first flight from Toronto to Santo Domingo will be on October 24 and the first from Montreal will be on November 7; and in the same way from those days, people will be able to connect with the rest of the destinations that the airline is offering.
“Arajet fulfills its promise to democratize the skies of the region, and to be able to connect the Americas with the greatest efficiency possible, which is why we offer the opportunity to our Canadian friends to travel safely, on new planes, with the best service on board and at best market price” affirmed Víctor Pacheco Méndez, CEO, and founder of Arajet.
Arajet invite to all the Canadians through their connections to enjoy the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean in the Dominican Republic; to enjoy the beautiful landscapes and tango in Argentina; as well as the Brazilian Samba or the unique Caribbean rhythms.
Arajet currently offers more than 120 connections between North, Central and South America, overseeing to interconnect the entire continent at the best price and operational security. Those interested can reserve their ticket at www.Arajet.com