Santo Domingo, Nov 21 (EFE) .- The airline PAWA Dominicana said today that all its flights and operations continue to be carried out in a "regular" manner at the International Airport of Las Americas (AILA), one day after Aerodom suspended some of the services and facilities it receives for a debt.
Through a statement, the communications director and marketing of PAWA, Elena Rosa Rodríguez, explained that the company is in a process of conversation with Aerodom, which administers the AILA, "so that the service is regularized within the terminal in the next hours of this Tuesday. "
" We regret that this situation has occurred, and it is our wish that our airline receives the same conditions and considerations that are granted to other companies in our line, always prioritizing the good development of the national aeronautical sector, "said Rodríguez.
He also recalled that the The company was affected by the cancellation of flights due to the passage through several Caribbean islands of hurricanes Irma and María last September.
"We are returning to normality for So continue to expand and facilitate new connections in the region, so our passengers should not worry, and simply follow the regular procedures recommended for their flights, such as showing up three hours before their departure time at the airport, "Rodríguez concluded in the statement.
Aeropuertos Dominicanos Siglo XXI (Aerodom) reported yesterday in a statement that suspended some of the services and facilities PAWA receives at Las Américas Airport due to a debt accumulated in recent months.
Dominican PAWA travels to Antigua, Aruba, Curacao, Havana, Puerto Rico, Miami and San Martin.