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  1. #5208
    Quote Originally Posted by GrownMan1  [View Original Post]
    Wow do you think the big companies will allow them to undercut them like that?
    This new airline has some heavy hitters at the top with some very serious "ultra low cost" cred. Founder William Shaw is stepping down from the leadership at Viva Air and leaving as it's president Declan Ryan, son of Ryanair co-founder Tony Ryan. Founders don't like to give up control of their babies. But as you can see these cats know what they are doing in the airline industry and Latin America.

    It all depends on if the governments of the United States and the Dominican Republic lets them do their thing or if they start fucking up their program because the legacy players got the right politicians in their pocket. The founders know how to start, build and run a airline! Don't get me started on corruption because in my opinion it runs deep in both governments (although this may not be the place for The CMDR to get into politics). Although I could be wrong.

  2. #5207
    Quote Originally Posted by SubCmdr  [View Original Post]
    The country will have the first low-cost airline.

    Flycana will be led by three industry entrepreneurs.

    The airline formerly known as Dominican Wings announced the introduction of "Flycana", the Caribbean's first low-cost airline.

    The flycana airline will have initial rates from USD 49 (plus taxes and fees) to travel by plane to different destinations such as New York. Air tickets can be purchased soon on flycana.com. Today we are proud to announce the birth of flycana as the only low cost airline in the Dominican Republic, "said Vctor Miguel Pacheco, founder of Dominican Wings.

    Flycana will be led by three big industry entrepreneurs with more than 50 years of joint experience in the world of aviation: Vctor Pacheco, William Shaw and Mike Po-well.

    Pachecho affirmed that in order to materialize this dream the experience brought by partners like William Shaw and Mike Powell is required.

    Shaw is founder and former CEO of VivaColombia and VivaAir Peru, today known as VivaAir, he initiated and successfully managed these 2 ultra low cost airlines in Latin America that today transport more than 5 million passengers a year.

    Powell, former CFO of Wizz Air, airline that transports more than 23 million passengers a year in Europe and current president of the board of flybondi, the first low cost in Argentina.

    Listin Diario, the newspaper of the Dominicans. News Santo Domingo.

    The Cmdr is here! Still braving personal insults from my critics to bring you informative news and insights.

    Still hitting the hooka, drinking rum, and fucking the hottest of the hot chicas in Republica Dominican (Dominican Republic).

    Please note for anyone that happens to be interested: I am black by popular demand. And I've always been on the dark side. I was born that way.
    Wow do you think the big companies will allow them to undercut them like that?

  3. #5206

    The Heavy Hand of Censorship Strikes Again!

    As you all should be aware by now, the ISG has been placed on some list where some bright bub in the USA Credit Card business is refusing to process their credit card payments for ISG memberships.

    The ban may be limited to their present credit card processor, but the possibility exists that other "me too" financial agencies may follow suit.

    They are asking for USA Citizens to contact their elected politicians to protest, but that will go nowhere. It is a rare individual who will stand up for mongering rights in this political climate.

    But like all such schemes, there are too many ways around it to seriously interfere with the freedom we presently have on how and where to spend our own hard earned money!

  4. #5205

    Low Cost Airline comes to the Dominican Republic.

    The country will have the first low-cost airline.

    Flycana will be led by three industry entrepreneurs.

    The airline formerly known as Dominican Wings announced the introduction of "Flycana", the Caribbean's first low-cost airline.

    The flycana airline will have initial rates from USD 49 (plus taxes and fees) to travel by plane to different destinations such as New York. Air tickets can be purchased soon on flycana.com. Today we are proud to announce the birth of flycana as the only low cost airline in the Dominican Republic, "said Vctor Miguel Pacheco, founder of Dominican Wings.

    Flycana will be led by three big industry entrepreneurs with more than 50 years of joint experience in the world of aviation: Vctor Pacheco, William Shaw and Mike Po-well.

    Pachecho affirmed that in order to materialize this dream the experience brought by partners like William Shaw and Mike Powell is required.

    Shaw is founder and former CEO of VivaColombia and VivaAir Peru, today known as VivaAir, he initiated and successfully managed these 2 ultra low cost airlines in Latin America that today transport more than 5 million passengers a year.

    Powell, former CFO of Wizz Air, airline that transports more than 23 million passengers a year in Europe and current president of the board of flybondi, the first low cost in Argentina.

    Listin Diario, the newspaper of the Dominicans. News Santo Domingo.

    The Cmdr is here! Still braving personal insults from my critics to bring you informative news and insights.

    Still hitting the hooka, drinking rum, and fucking the hottest of the hot chicas in Republica Dominican (Dominican Republic).

    Please note for anyone that happens to be interested: I am black by popular demand. And I've always been on the dark side. I was born that way.

  5. #5204

    Uber is good in DR.

    Quote Originally Posted by JLMiami  [View Original Post]
    I use Uber a lot, but there's always the possibility of "bullshit," especially in the the. Are.

    A lot of the. Are. Uber drivers are current or former cab drivers who are only driving for Uber grudgingly. They don't like Uber's lower prices, and they really don't like the huge cut that the the. Are. Government is taking from Uber rides. A common Uber scam in the D. R, especially among tourists who don't have internet access while in the streets, is for the driver to show up, cancel the ride in the Uber app while en route to the destination, and then demand payment in cash. I'm not saying not to use Uber, just be careful, and make sure to have some cash on you just in case the driver pulls any B. S.
    I used it my last trip to SD and it saved me a ton!

  6. #5203
    Quote Originally Posted by GrownMan1  [View Original Post]
    I agree. He's giving you some good information. Downloading the Uber app to your phone is free. They have wifi access inside the airport. If you are arriving in SDQ, an Uber will be approximately 10 or less minutes away. The price to your destination is already known without bullshit.
    Uber also gives you the car model and color, the License plate, and picture of the driver.
    I use Uber a lot, but there's always the possibility of "bullshit," especially in the the. Are.

    A lot of the. Are. Uber drivers are current or former cab drivers who are only driving for Uber grudgingly. They don't like Uber's lower prices, and they really don't like the huge cut that the the. Are. Government is taking from Uber rides. A common Uber scam in the D. R, especially among tourists who don't have internet access while in the streets, is for the driver to show up, cancel the ride in the Uber app while en route to the destination, and then demand payment in cash. I'm not saying not to use Uber, just be careful, and make sure to have some cash on you just in case the driver pulls any B. S.

  7. #5202

    Ok with uber.

    Quote Originally Posted by Manizales911  [View Original Post]
    Why wouldn't you take Uber instead of a taxi at more than twice the cost?
    I am fine with an UBER I just wasn't sure of availability at the late hour.

  8. #5201
    Quote Originally Posted by Manizales911  [View Original Post]
    Why wouldn't you take Uber instead of a taxi at more than twice the cost?
    I agree. He's giving you some good information. Downloading the Uber app to your phone is free. They have wifi access inside the airport. If you are arriving in SDQ, an Uber will be approximately 10 or less minutes away. The price to your destination is already known without bullshit.
    Uber also gives you the car model and color, the License plate, and picture of the driver.

  9. #5200
    Quote Originally Posted by Revjim069  [View Original Post]
    Hi guys,

    Can anyone recommend a trustworthy driver to pick me up at the airport in Santo Domingo early AM on May 3rd? My flight is scheduled to arrive about 2:30 AM.

    Thanks,

    Jim.
    Why wouldn't you take Uber instead of a taxi at more than twice the cost?

  10. #5199

    Driver.

    Hi guys,

    Can anyone recommend a trustworthy driver to pick me up at the airport in Santo Domingo early AM on May 3rd? My flight is scheduled to arrive about 2:30 AM.

    Thanks,

    Jim.

  11. #5198
    Quote Originally Posted by OldKool  [View Original Post]
    High end hotls are not chica friendly. Are you in SD to monger or for business There many chica friendly hotels in the Zona colonal.
    I concur. Some of those high-end hotels charge you over $100 a night. And still charge you if you have a guest. Others won't allowed your guest to come in unless you have registered her at the beginning of your stay.

  12. #5197

    Embassy Suites SD.

    Quote Originally Posted by OldKool  [View Original Post]
    High end hotls are not chica friendly. Are you in SD to monger or for business There many chica friendly hotels in the Zona colonal.
    Thanks for the information. I decided to call the hotel directly and was told all I had to do was pay an extra $30.00 USD and my guest will need proper identification.

    I am going to monger, this trip is pure vacation for me. I have lined up a few potential girls through various social media sites just like I did on my last visit a few years ago, funny thing is I never saw any of them that time because I met a girls in the casino and she would not leave my side for two days. I will see what happens this time.

    Thanks again for your help.

    Jim.

  13. #5196

    Very doubtful.

    High end hotls are not chica friendly. Are you in SD to monger or for business There many chica friendly hotels in the Zona colonal.

    Quote Originally Posted by Revjim069  [View Original Post]
    Hello all,

    I am planning my 2nd trip to Santo Domingo. I stayed downtown at the Holiday Inn the last time I was there. Can anyone tell me if the Embassy Suites in Santo Domingo is chica friendly or girl friendly? At the Holiday Inn I was asked to pay an extra fee for the girl to spend the night and I'm okay with that I just want to make sure before I booked the hotel. Thank you in advance, RevJim.

  14. #5195

    Embassy Suites SD.

    Hello all,

    I am planning my 2nd trip to Santo Domingo. I stayed downtown at the Holiday Inn the last time I was there. Can anyone tell me if the Embassy Suites in Santo Domingo is chica friendly or girl friendly? At the Holiday Inn I was asked to pay an extra fee for the girl to spend the night and I'm okay with that I just want to make sure before I booked the hotel. Thank you in advance, RevJim.

  15. #5194

    ATM / Debit Card Safety.

    Focusing on not using your ATM / Debit card in different places completely misses the point. The idea that your card can only be compromised overseas is a flawed one. The only time my ATM / Debit card has ever been compromised is when I used it in the United States of America. Early on in my professional training I was taught to have two accounts. This was before online banking and smart phone apps (showing my age). But the principles still apply.

    One account was connected to your ATM / Debit card. You only kept the amount you needed for basic expenditures. In the other, you kept your real money in the account that was not connected to your ATM / Debt card. That way your real money remains protected in case of a breach of your ATM / Debit card security. You can transfer money between accounts at will (that has now been made all that easier with online banking and smart phone apps). When my ATM / Debit card was compromised by the big hack. The were only able to steal a limited amount of fund because I don't keep much money in that account.

    Why do I take the risk? Because due to the amount of time I spend here.

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