New Dominican Republic Red Air Airline Has Just Added 20 Weekly Flights To The U.S.

The recently launched low-cost carrier will offer more than 20 weekly flights between the United States and the Dominican Republic starting July 25, according to the company.

The Dominican Republic-based airline, founded in late 2021,is making life difficult for JetBlue, Frontier and Spirit Airlines.

At a time when most airlines are forced to cancel flights and scale back their once-ambitious summer schedules due to staffing shortages, brand-new Dominican Republic-based Red Air is increasing service between the United States and the Caribbean island.

Flight L53993 will depart daily from Miami International, three times a day, always at 08:00, 10:30 and 12:30. If there are no delays, the trip will take

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