Air Transport: Panama Goes Offline

In order to prevent the spread of covid-19, all international flights have been suspended since March 22.

Monday, March 23, 2020

Panamanian President Laurentino Cortizo reported through his social networks that "... As of Sunday, March 22nd at 11:59 pm (04H00 GMT on Monday), arrivals and departures of all international flights to our country will be suspended for a period of 30 days."

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The president said that "... cargo, humanitarian and domestic flights will continue to operate normally until further notice."

The measure was made official in Decree No. 244 dated March 19, 2020. This decision affects the operation of 20 commercial passenger lines.

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