Fewer Flights to Nicaragua

The union of Nicaraguan businessmen has stated that starting from September, Copa Airlines will stop operating frequencies to Managua from San Jose, Costa Rica and Panama City.

Monday, September 3, 2018

ir="ltr">According to the Superior Council of Private Enterprise in Nicaragua (Cosep), "...The affected flights are Managua - Panama, San José-Managua, Managua-San José and Panama-Managua, while the only route that the airline is keeping active is Managua-Guatemala, however, only Monday, Wednesday and Friday."

The crisis affecting the country is being particularly felt in tourism, which has seen a significant drop in the number of foreign visitors arriving in the country.

See: "Start of Madrid - Managua Flights Suspended"

Through a statement, the COSEP commented that "..."The fact that airlines are restructuring the frequency of their trips to Nicaragua is evidence of the serious impact on tourism in the country.

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