Low-cost airline «Arajet»

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Arajet: contact details

IATA code: DM
ICAO code: DWI
Country: Dominican Republic
Operating bases and hubs: Las Américas International Airport (Santo Domingo)
Foundation date: 2014 (as Dominican Wings); 2021 (as Arajet)
Address: Calle Ángel Severo Cabral No.13, Edif. CBS, Local 1B, Ensanche Julieta Distrito Nacional, Dominican Republic
Email: [email protected]
Arajet official website: arajet.com

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1Antigua → Santo DomingoFind tickets
2Aruba → Santo DomingoFind tickets
3The Valley → Santo DomingoFind tickets
4Bonaire → Santo DomingoFind tickets
5Caracas → Santo DomingoFind tickets
6Curacao → Santo DomingoFind tickets
7Beef Island → Santo DomingoFind tickets
8Fort De France → Santo DomingoFind tickets
9Maracaibo → Santo DomingoFind tickets
10Porlamar → Santo DomingoFind tickets
11Abymes → Santo DomingoFind tickets
12Santo Domingo → AntiguaFind tickets
13Santo Domingo → ArubaFind tickets
14Santo Domingo → The ValleyFind tickets
15Santo Domingo → BonaireFind tickets
16Santo Domingo → CaracasFind tickets
17Santo Domingo → CuracaoFind tickets
18Santo Domingo → Beef IslandFind tickets
19Santo Domingo → Fort De FranceFind tickets
20Santo Domingo → MaracaiboFind tickets
21Santo Domingo → PorlamarFind tickets
22Santo Domingo → AbymesFind tickets
23Santo Domingo → Saint KittsFind tickets
24Santo Domingo → Sint MaartenFind tickets
25Santo Domingo → ValenciaFind tickets
26Saint Kitts → Santo DomingoFind tickets
27Sint Maarten → Santo DomingoFind tickets
28Valencia → Santo DomingoFind tickets

Arajet: fleet

Low-cost airline Arajet official website

Airplane Number of aircraft Number of seats
Boeing 737 MAX 8 4 189

Arajet: Web check-in

Web check-in for Arajet flights opens 48 hours and closes 1 hour before scheduled departure.

Arajet: Check-in at the airport

Check-in at the airport for flights of the low-cost airline «Arajet» starts 3 hours and closes 60 minutes before the flight departure.

Arajet: fares, checked baggage and carry-on baggage allowance

  • Every passenger can carry a small personal item, such as a handbag, laptop bag or purse, weighting no more than 6 kg, no larger than 40x20x25 cm into the cabin. Your personal item must be stowed under the seat in front of you during the flight.
  • If you have purchased a Relaxed fare you can also take a Carry-on Bag weighing no more than 12 kg and no larger than 56x45x25 cm.
  • Our Relaxed Fares include 1 Hold Bag of up to 23 kg, but if you have purchased a Comfort or Simple Fare baggage fees will be charged.
  • Each passenger can check-in a maximum of 9 pieces of Hold Baggage.
  • You can check-in a Checked Bag weighing up to 32 kg by paying excess baggage fees at the check-in counter.

Arajet: Ticket Sale from Santo Domingo

DestinationDeparture atFind tickets
Bogota25 August 2022Tickets from 258
Miami19 August 2022Tickets from 351
Caracas6 September 2022Tickets from 387
Cartagena25 August 2022Tickets from 466
Fort Lauderdale19 August 2022Tickets from 537
Antigua7 September 2022Tickets from 742

Arajet: Flight destinations

Dominican Republic United States Cuba
Colombia Puerto Rico Costa Rica
St. Maarten Curaçao Mexico
Panama Aruba Guadeloupe
Guatemala Peru Haiti
Trinidad & Tobago Canada El Salvador

Arajet: History

Arajet S.A. is a low-cost airline based in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

It began flying to Costa Rica, Colombia, El Salvador, Jamaica and other Caribbean islands in July 2022.

Dominican Wings received its operating certificate from the Dominican Civil Aviation Authority in late 2014 and planned charter flights from the Dominican Republic to Mexico, Trinidad and Tobago and Argentina for and on behalf of tour operators. The first Airbus A320-200 aircraft was delivered on May 3, 2015.

On June 28, 2017, Avion Express announced the sale of a 65% stake in Dominican Wings to Mr. Victor Pacheco, president of the company, who gained full control of the airline.

In early 2018, it was announced that the airline had switched from charter flights to scheduled super-lowcosters. The airline said it had invested $60 million in its relaunch as an ultra-low-cost carrier.

The airline announced in September 2021 that it would be renamed Arajet and operate as a budget carrier offering flights to the Caribbean and the Americas.

The Junta de Aviación Civil (JAC) has approved a request to amend AraJet’s Certificate of Economic Authorization (CAE) No. 25 to include 30 new routes, and authorizes the use of scheduled and non-scheduled air services for passengers and cargo, in international operations, from the Dominican Republic to the United States, Cuba, Colombia, United Mexican States, Costa Rica, Kingdom of the Netherlands, Panama, Aruba, French Republic, Guatemala, Republic of Peru, Haiti, Canada and Trinidad and Tobago in November 2021 during its plenary session.

The Instituto Dominicano de Aviacion Civil (IDAC), in collaboration with Dominican carrier Arajet, secured the certification of two Dominican inspectors at Boeing facilities in December 2021 to inspect Boeing-type aircraft. Pico Duarte was the company’s first aircraft, the Boeing 737 MAX 8, named for the highest mountain elevation in the Caribbean and a nature preserve in the Dominican Republic, completed the painting process in February 2022. Registered HI-1026 arrived at Las Americas International Airport on March 3, 2022.

On March 14, 2022, Arajet was officially launched with Dominican President Luis Abinader announcing that the country was creating a Dominican representative airline with majority Dominican capital. At the same time, Boeing announced the airline’s order for 20 Boeing 737 MAX 200s (with the possibility of 15 more in the future), becoming the first Caribbean operator of this type.

During the ceremony it was announced that Arajet S.A. is financed by one of the world’s largest private alternative investment firms with multiple assets, Bain Capital, and Griffin Global Asset Management, a commercial aircraft leasing and alternative asset management company.

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