ANEX Tour opens new points of flights to the Dominican Republic
Tours to the Dominican Republic with direct charter flights from their city will be available not only to Muscovites and Petersburgers this year, but also residents of central Russia and Tatarstan. The charter flights will be operated by AZUR Air.
ANEX Tour, working on the destination since 2014, expands this year the geography of flights to the Dominican Republic. According to the results of 2018, the Dominican Republic is the most popular Caribbean country on the Russian market. In 2018 year, the ANEX Tour product’s range included more than 180 hotels in the Dominican Republic. The main hotel partners in the Dominican Republic are Barcelo, Grand Palladium Hotels, Iberostar, RIU, Be Live chains, etc.
According to ANEX Tour, for the first time this tour operator will offer tours to the Dominican Republic with direct flights from new cities of the Ural, Volga, Central and North-West federal districts. In the booking system of ANEX Tour, sales of tours to the Dominican Republic with direct flights are already opened from Moscow, St. Petersburg, Kazan and Yekaterinburg.
“This decision was made after analyzing the demand for the destination in the regions and an overall assessment of the trends in the development of tourist traffic in the Dominican Republic. For partners from the regions, these are new opportunities for cooperation with us,” said Alena Khitrova, the head of public relations of ANEX Tour.
The opening of sales of tours with departure from Kazan took place on June 26. The flight program of AZUR Air from the capital of Tatarstan is scheduled from November 1, 2019 till April 17, 2020. The flights to La Romana will be operated once every 14 days. All flights are available in business class.
Ekaterinburg has become the fourth city, the package tours to the Dominican Republic from ANEX Tour operator are offered. The start of sales took place on July 5, 2019. There will be used B 777-300 with business and economy classes. The launch of the flight program is scheduled for November 8, 2019. The flights will be operated until April 23, 2020, with a frequency of once every 13 nights.