Iberia Direct Flight to Panama

With a 96% occupancy rate, the airline launched today, October 1st, its direct flight to Panama.

Friday, October 1, 2010

With the non-stop flight Madrid to Panama City, the company reduces flight duration by more than 4 hours and increased offer to Panama in about 55%.

These new direct flights from Iberia to Panama are a sign of their commitment to Central America, adding tomorrow, October 2nd, another destination: San Salvador, with four weekly flights. Also, Iberia has a daily flight to San José de Costa Rica and four flights a week to Guatemala.

During the winter, Iberia will offer four direct flights between Madrid and Panama on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays - and connections via Miami or San Jose every day of the week.

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Nonstop Dallas-Roatan Flight

August 2013

As of November 23, American Airlines will offer a direct flight on Saturdays between Dallas International Airport and Roatan.

In addition, the airline announced it will increase the Miami-Roatan frequency to three flight per week, also in November. These new flights will be on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.

Nonstop Service Between El Salvador and Chicago

October 2010

Starting November 15th TACA offers direct flights between El Salvador and the U.S. city of Chicago.

The flight will operate twice a week in an Airbus A319 Jet.

This is a new choice for a direct flight, in addition to the existing connection through Guatemala, for passengers traveling between these two cities and will also offer convenient connections for travelers to Lima, San José, Santiago, Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula.

Iberia Announces New Flights to Central America

June 2010

Starting October 1st, the Spanish airline will operate a flight between San Salvador – Madrid and will inaugurate non-stop flights between Spain and Panama.

The Salvadoran flight will make a small stop in Guatemala, while the return flight will be non-stop between El Salvador and Madrid.

New Flight Between San José and Medellín

May 2010

Starting July 15, Taca will operate four weekly frequencies between San José, Costa Rica and Medellín, Colombia.

The airline’s new non-stop flights will depart on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.

“Taca will also increase the number of flights linking Costa Rica to Bogotá, and Panama to Guayaquil (Ecuador)”, reported Elfinancierocr.com.

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