Tourism Agreement between Panama and Jamaica

The agreement to be signed in 2020, aims to make a strategic alliance and promote both countries in the multi-destination format.

Thursday, November 14, 2019

The governments of Panama and Jamaica, represented by Tourism Ministers Ivan Eskildsen and Hon Edmund Bartlett, respectively, agreed to sign a multi-destination agreement next year to strengthen tourism relations and increase tourist arrivals, according to the Panama Tourism Authority (ATP).

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The official statement adds that "... The Panamanian minister said that the future agreement to promote the multi-destination between Panama and Jamaica seeks to strengthen the networks of cooperation between the two nations and, in addition, it is a tool to provide a wider offer to increase the number of tourists, which would positively impact the country's economic growth.

Bartlett said that multi-destination tourism is a strategy to increase the supply of products from Panama and Jamaica, but even more to allow better air connectivity between markets in particular for long distance destinations.
"Panama will become a center for long distance flights and Emirates and Air China are between the two selected airlines,
" he said.

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