Panama will Launch "Stop Over “Campaign

The campaign seeks to convince transit passengers to stay in Panama for a couple of days.

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

The Tourism Authority has already submitted the project to Copa Airlines and is negotiating with tour operators and hotels for special rates for those who choose to stay.

"Annually, about 2.5 million passengers use the Tocumen airport as a connecting point for travel to other destinations. In addition to this campaign, this year also a promotional program was launched in the United States to encourage businesses of that country to conduct their meetings and conventions in Panama,” reports

More on this topic

Copa Airlines as Vector For Promoting Panama

June 2015

The Tourism Authority of Panama intends to allocate $2.2 million to a campaign to promote the country as a destination for tourism and business, through its national airline.

An article in reports that "... The initiative, called "Solo Panama" seeks to sell the isthmus abroad as a destination for vacations and shopping. Copa is also promoting the VII Summit of the Americas, held in this city. "

Tourism Promoted in El Salvador

March 2012

With an investment of one million dollars the authorities have set a goal of attracting 72,000 foreign tourists during Easter week.

The Ministry of Tourism (MITUR) and the Salvadoran Tourism Corporation (CORSATUR) have joined forces to launch advertising campaigns, both inside and outside of El Salvador, to encourage foreign tourists to come and stay in the country during Easter week.

Panama Increases Tourism Promotion in the E.U.

June 2011

The Panamanian Tourism Authority will increase the promotion of tourism in the old continent.

To reach the greatest audience in the process of promoting tourist attractions in Europe, the Panamanian Tourism Authority, has hired six public relations firms in different European countries, which will disseminate information through tourist operators and agencies.

Panamanian Tourism Negotiates Promotion with Iberia

August 2010

The country's tourism authority and the Spanish airline are in discussions for a $4 million shared publicity agreement.

The contract, which could be signed this week, will promote the country in Europe as a tourist destination and consolidate the direct flights operated by the carrier to Panama.

 close (x)

Receive more news about Tourism

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

Ometepe NI, Best beach front Property Hotels, Plus

Island of Ometepe, best location & beach front property, for sale or partnership for hotels, restaurant, sport club, other business.
Own property building started. OPEN to sell or...

Stock Indexes

(Feb 28)
Dow Jones
S&P 500


(Mar 19)
Brent Crude Oil
Coffee "C"