The airline will launch scheduled air services to Punta Cana since mid-December
The Belgian airline, Air Belgium, officially launched, on past December 15, direct and regular flights to Punta Cana in Dominican Republic from Brussels Airport (Zaventem).
After the successful launch of a first route from Brussels Airport to Mauritius, Air Belgium will now also offer two weekly direct flights to Punta Cana every Wednesday and Saturday.
Travellers will also be able to fly to Curacao on the same route on Wednesdays and Saturdays after a short stopover in Punta Cana.
Air Belgium offers its passengers a full service in its three travel classes: Economy, Premium and Business. With the launch of this new route, the Belgian airline is extending the range of services available to passengers looking to travel to the Caribbean’s most popular destinations.
Air Belgium displays the Belgian flag on its aircraft and aims to showcase Belgian know-how. This is reflected in its offer, whether it be catering with typical Belgian dishes, hospitality, multilingual crews and generally in all services on the ground and on board.
Arrival of a new Airbus A330neo
The company is further developing its business with the immediate arrival of a second Airbus A330neo. This latest generation aircraft is one of the most cost-effective and modern types of aircraft currently available on the market. Apart from being much more environmentally friendly, these new aircraft also offer more comfort to passengers with a quieter cabin, more space and one of the most advanced in-flight entertainment systems in Europe.
Source Air Belgium