Flights between Dominican Republic, New York, Boston and Newark resumed Thursday morning, 72 hours after the record setting snow storm lashing the U.S. east coast sparked a wave of cancelations.
American Airlines, Continental, Jet Blue and Delta announced the resumptions to the airport authorities in Santo Domingo, where more than 15 flights were rescheduled for today, most of them to New York.
The airports management company Aerodom urged travelers stranded in the country to call the airlines for the latest information on flights to their destinations.
It is the 7th time in as many months that severe weather forces the suspension of flights between Dominican Republic and U.S. cities.
Source: Dominican Today
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