Air Transat Sent 10 Aircrafts to Dominican Republic To Fly Out Passengers in Light of Hurricane Irma

Air Transat launched an evacuation operation on Wednesday September 6th, 2017 in an effort to get all its travellers out of the Dominican Republic with Hurricane Irma threatening that island.

Air Transat Sent 10 Aircrafts to Dominican Republic To Fly Out Passengers in Light of Hurricane Irma

Air Transat launched an evacuation operation on Wednesday September 6th, 2017 in an effort to get all its travellers out of the Dominican Republic with Hurricane Irma threatening that island.

Canada’s number one holiday travel airline, Air Transat launched an evacuation operation on Wednesday September 6th, 2017, in an effort to get all its travellers out of the Dominican Republic with Hurricane Irma threatening that island.

Air Transat sent a total of 10 aircraft to the island; seven to Punta Cana, two to Puerto Plata and one to Samana.

All aircraft arrived in the Dominican Republic on the morning of September 6th, and passengers were flown back in Canada in the afternoon or early evening of the same day.

Air Transat also implemented its hurricane policy for flights scheduled until September 11, 2017 for the following destinations:

Dominican Republic (Puerto Plata, Punta Cana, Samana, La Romana)
Cuba (Varadero, Cayo Coco, Santa Clara, Holguin)
Haiti (Port au Prince)