COPA has new Guatemala - Panama flight

COPA airlines announce that it will increase by one its flights on the Guatemala-Panama route starting in December.

Thursday, October 2, 2008

With this new service, Copa will be offering 49 weekly flights from Guatemala: two daily to Nicaragua, one to Costa Rica and four to Panama.
The manager of the airline in Guatemala, Rudy Keller, said that expansion plans for the country include the construction of a new VIP waiting room for its passengers at the La Aurora International Airport.

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Copa Airlines Announces Four New Destinations

January 2012

Copa Airlines will operate 4 new destinations starting from June. The destinations are: Recife, Brazil; Guanacaste, Costa Rica; Las Vegas, USA; and the island of Curacao.

A press release from Copa Airlines states that “Passengers departing from or transiting through the Hub of the Americas, the hub of Copa Airlines, Tocumen International Airport in Panama, via these new flights will have access to a network which consists of a total of 63 destinations in 29 countries throughout North, Central and South America and the Caribbean.

Copa Airlines Announces Expansion Plans

June 2011

The airline has announced the start of services to four cities this month and three new destinations from December.

A press release by Copa Airlines reads:

Copa Airlines announces expansion plans beginning on June 15 when it will launch a service to four cities and add three new destinations

Copa Will Fly to Canada

October 2009

Copa Airlines would serve the route Panama City-Toronto three times a week.

It is not known yet when the flight will begin operations, as it depends on negotiations currently in course with the airport of Toronto.

"Initially, it had offered Copa Airlines the possibility of landing at night, an option that was finally dismissed...", reports

New Panama - Bolivia Flight with Copa

March 2009

The Bolivian government authorized Copa Airlines to operate the route between Panama City and Santa Cruz with a frequency of four flights per week.

The website published, "Copa Airlines, which will have its headquarters in Santa Cruz, will operate the route with Boeing 737-700 aircraft that have a capacity for 124 passengers.

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