Itâ€™s no doubt that Dominica reflects the growing popularity of the Caribbeans lesser-known destinations, which are both less expensive to visit and less developed than other islands in the region and has received particular attention as a result of ongoing efforts there to create environmentally safe tourism. American eagle has decided to take advantage of this opportunity and have expanded it’s services to Dominica.
Starting December 13, American Eagle will expand its San Juan to Dominica service with the addition of a 1 p.m. flight to Dominica on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. (The flight arrives in Dominica at 2:51 p.m.) The addition of a second flight will supplement the existing daily service, allowing more travelers to make a same-day connection to the island, especially those who fly into San Juan nonstop from airports in the eastern half of the United States.
Thatâ€™s great news for the many Dominicans who will be returning home to celebrate Dominica 2008 Reunion. There are thousands of Dominicans in the United States and Canada alone, who have already made their flight reservations to return home in-order to be apart of this huge island fete 😎 and to socialize with other Dominicans who theyâ€™ve not seen in years…Hope your face in de place 🙂
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