Canada and Panama reach "open skies" accord

The Canadian government has announced an agreement with Panama to open its air space to airlines from both countries.

Friday, June 20, 2008

The accord will allow Canadian and Panamanian airlines to serve any point within the territory of the other country with more flexibility in pricing and more certainty with respect to operations.
Canada added that the agreement "also includes strong provisions for security, reflecting the importance both countries attach to this issue."

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