PAWA starts flights between Puerto Rico and the Dominican
SANTO DOMINGO – The Dominican airline Pawa is operating once again between the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico. After the inaugural flight, the company formalized the return of their operations between the two Caribbean nations after its departure six years ago.
Luis Ramirez, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Dominican Pawa, said that Puerto Rico is one of the most important destinations. "Puerto Rico is one of three major destinations we had anticipated in our business plan. There is a history of the relations between the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico and as a business vision it was one of our priorities,” said Ramirez.
The director of corporate affairs, Alexander Barrios, explained that this step brings them closer to their goal which is to position themselves as the fifth largest airline in the region within five years.
Pawa’s itineraries allow fast connections between Curaçao, Sint Maarten, Antigua, Port au Prince, Aruba, and Havana.