MIAMI, Florida . – Frontier airline formally opened the nonstop route from the city of Miami, Florida to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic (MIA_PUJ), with a frequency of four times a week.
The event began with the welcoming words of the CEO of Miami International Airport, Lester Sola, followed by the words of Frontier executives, who praised the beauties and attractions of the Punta Cana destination.
Meanwhile, the director of the Dominican Republic Tourism Promotion Office in Miami, Wendy Justo, thanked the airline on behalf of the Minister of Tourism, David Collado, for the trust placed in the destination and the support of all flights to the country.
Justo concluded his participation with the inaugural ribbon-cutting, while he invited everyone present to board the flight to Punta Cana and reminded them that “Dominican Republic Has It All”.
The opening ceremony was also attended by David Woodard, Regional Manager of the airline; Alfredo González, International Marketing Director; U. Desmond, Miami Airport Protocol Director; Lester Sola, CEO Miami Int’l Airport; and Raquel Regalado, Commissioner for Miami Dade County District 7
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