Arajet flew almost 32,200 passengers in April, according to the Dominican Republic’s Civil Aviation Board, more than double the combined totals of its two main domestic rivals. “We are proud that after only seven months of operations, more than 202,000 people have flown with us to and from our country on our route network that includes 17 destinations in 11 countries,” said Víctor Pacheco, chief executive. The CAB statistics showed Sky High carrying almost 10,000 passengers, the second highest after Arajet, and double what was handled by third-placed Air Century. “With the recent launch of our 42 connections in nine
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