Pawa Dominicana eyes B767s to increase fleet size!

 

Pawa Dominicana, the fast-growing airline, from Dominician Republic, is planning to induct a fleet of seven B767 aircraft over the next few months. Pawa Dominicana have announced the aircraft would be 247-seaters. In August 2016, Pawa Dominiciana resumed operations with flights from its Santo Domingo hub to Aruba, Curacao and St. Maarten. The next phase of the expansion is serving San Juan, Puerto Rico as well as Miami and New York. 

 

Pawa Dominicana attempted a similar initiative in 2013 when they attempted to co-opt one of his two Venezuelan carriers - SBA Airlines on the Caracas Santo Domingo and New York flights in conjunction with PAWA. Book your PAWA Dominiciana flights through alternativeairlines.com.