Panama and Dominican Republic sign open skies agreement

An open skies agreement signed by Panama and the Dominican Republic will allow unlimited mutual access to existing flight routes between the two countries.

Thursday, July 3, 2008

The agreement was signed July 1 in Santo Domingo by the director of Panama's Civil Aviation Authority, Eustacio Fábrega, and the president of the Dominican Civil Aviation Board, José Luis Rodríguez Ariza.

More on this topic

Panama and Curacao Sign Open Skies Agreement

March 2012

The aim of the alliance is to negotiate new routes between the two countries, as well as strengthening business relationships and existing tourism.

From a press release from the Civil Aviation Authority of Panama:

An open skies agreement between Panama and Curacao has been signed by the Civil Aviation Authority of Panama (AAC), through its Director General, Rafael Barcenas Chiari, a delegation from the Panamanian entity and members of the Civil Aviation Authority of Curaçao.

Costa Rican Congress Delays Open Skies Agreements

December 2011

Lack of approval of three open skies agreements is hindering the tourism benefits of open skies policies.

The open skies agreement signed with the United States in 1999, is one successful example, measured by the growth in frequencies, tourist arrivals and availability of air cargo warehouses.

Costa Rica and Colombia agree to 'Open Skies'

September 2011

The current agreement allows for national airlines (TACA through Lacsa) to fly to any destination in Colombia without any restrictions.

This agreement also will allow "the airline to collect passengers in a country like Panama and bring them to the South American nation, and equally, pick up passengers there and take them to any destination in South America and the Caribbean", said Luis Carlos Araya, Costa Rican Vice Minister of Air Transport, to Nacion.com .

Canada and Panama reach "open skies" accord

June 2008

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

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.

 close (x)

Receive more news about Business and Investment

Suscribe FOR FREE to CentralAmericaDATA EXPRESS.
The most important news of Central America, every day.

Type in your e-mail address:

* Al suscribirse, estará aceptando los terminos y condiciones


Blue Marlin Beach Resort - Belize

Diving, Fishing, Snorkeling and relaxation resort in southern Belize. Situated on the island of isla South Water Caye the Blue Marlin offers accommodations, meals, all inclusive packages.
The resort is situated 14 miles East-South-East of...

Stock Indexes

(Aug 18)
Dow Jones
-0.35%
S&P 500
-0.18%
Nasdaq
-0.09%

Commodities

(Aug 18)
Brent Crude Oil
52.410
Coffee "C"
131.70
Gold
1,285
Silver
16.95