The Air Transport International company has started charter flights from Spain to Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. The charter flights route goes from Madrid and Barcelona to Rafael Hernández Airport in the northwest coast town of Aguadilla, Puerto Rico.
The U.S. charter airline will bring thousands of more tourists to the island's west coast. The flights will move more than 200 passengers weekly between Aguadilla and Madrid and Aguadilla and Barcelona. The government of Puerto Rico said, the weekly charter flights are expected to pump $30 million into the island economy and create some 100 jobs.
The flights are scheduled to run four times a week to and from Madrid and Barcelona. This is great news for the towns on the west coast of Puerto Rico.