With a second flight kitchen, operating on the Gregorio Luperón International Airport in Puerto Plata, which supplies and dispatches food on board for the varied airlines arriving on the destinations, in addition to on the El Catey-Presidente Juan Bosch International Airport in Samaná, the air catering company JJ Roca reaffirmed its commitment to the tourism and economic sector of the country.
“Since 1995, we now have been contributing on to the town of Puerto Plata and the local producers, from where we supply ourselves with all of the vegetables, dairy products, sausages, and others, ” explained José Dorville, JJ Roca Catering operations manager.
“In each destinations the corporate generates for the northern region of the country greater than 24 direct jobs and 83 indirect jobs, being a source of foreign exchange for the economy of this area,” he added, in keeping with a press release.
The event of the production of flight kitchens and the in-flight food prepared by the corporation’s culinary professionals has been a vital contribution to the tourism sector, making the Dominican flavor known within the dishes served to tourists who visit us on industrial flights arriving through these airports, in addition to contributing to the generation of jobs, foreign exchange and support for local production.
Dorville identified that “Puerto Plata is a robust destination, we consider in it and we bet on it, we’re willing to proceed working for it, we live here, and we’ll keep doing the whole lot possible to preserve this destination and proceed receiving tourists through the varied airlines that visit us, providing the perfect food on board.”