Santo Domingo.- The Dutch Caribbean Air Navigation Services (DC-ANS) provider confirmed that the Dominican airline Arajet would continue to operate normally in Curaçao, Aruba, and St. Marteen.
Arajet also confirmed the information and explained that the conjectures published in some media regarding a possible suspension were due to a misalignment of communication with the regulatory entity and the airline, which was fully remedied.
The airline explained that it had been smoothly paying in advance for overflight fees to DC-ANS since its start of operations in September 2022. However, an additional charge for airport approach fees was billed separately and not debited. For the prepaid account, the notification said the extra payment was never received by the airline in the corresponding channels, and it is the cause of the communication error that caused this situation that has already been overcome.
The Arajet team took corrective measures on its communication channel to prevent similar situations from happening in the future.
Arajet reiterates its commitment to creating an air hub in the Dominican Republic that connects North, Central, and South America and the Caribbean, for which it is a priority to be aligned and in compliance with all the countries’ regulatory authorities in which it operates.