Air Europa has begun its new Dreamliner service to the Dominican Republic.
The Spanish air carrier officially launched its service from Madrid to Santo Domingo on Wednesday with a flight to the capital’s Las Americas International Airport.
Air Europa is operating the flights daily, with capacity for 317 passengers and a variety of connections in Europe.
The new Dreamliners consume 20 percent less fuel and produce 20 percent fewer emissions than any similar aircraft.
The best part? The new fligths have Wi-Fi.
— Caribbean Journal Staff
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