Air France and Gol will land in La Romana Airport, in the hands of MSC Cruises
The airlines Air France and Brazil’s Gol will begin operations for the first time at La Romana International Airport – Casa de Campo from next month as part of the service loading / unloading for the transatlantic MSC Music MSC Cruises line that will operate in La Romana Port every Sunday starting the 7th December 2014 until 5 April 2015.
“These flights of Air France and Gol have great significance for La Romana Airport, as it will be the first time that both airlines operate in this terminal.
Andres Fernandez, Commercial Director of La Romana Airport, explained that for this operation, Air France will use a B747-400 equipment from Paris, set to meet 432 passengers.
While in the case of the Brazilian Gol will use a B737-800 computer capacity for 155 passengers, which will operate from Sao Paulo.
The Executive of La Romana Airport stated that “the operation of Gol has a special nuance, as not all seats are hired by the MSC Cruise line but it also shares some with CVC, the largest tour operator in Brazil, which the Brazilian market will have the opportunity to know the excellent hotel offer complementary services and destiny of La Romana – Bayahibe “.
According to Fernandez, the Italian airline Meridiana Fly regularly fly to La Romana Airport for years, one of his regular customers, also support the operation of the MSC Musica, which will increase its operations and strengthening its commercial and bonding not only between the airline and the airport, but “sister further to Italy with destination La Romana – Bayahibe”.