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A low-cost airline boom rebound

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The segment of airlines that operate under the low-cost model had already experienced a rebound in recent years, but has had extra growth with the reopening, after the global stoppage of flights due to the pandemic.

There is no doubt that low-cost airlines expand the possibilities of traveling for many people and are helping to improve connectivity in Central America and the Caribbean.

This is precisely the case of AraJet, a Dominican ultra-low cost that has just started flights to El Salvador, Costa Rica, Guatemala, and, soon, to Panama, with fares much lower than usual.

The airline will also cover nine other countries on the continent, with several routes in each destination, especially in Mexico, Colombia and Ecuador.


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