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Copa Opens Route Between Guanacaste and Panama

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Copa Airlines added Liberia to its list of destinations with the opening of new flights between Guanacaste and Panama City. According to Copa Airlines, the opening of the Panama-Guanacaste route was due to the strong position of the province as a tourist destination, and subsequently connects Guanacaste to more international travelers through Copa’s hub in Panama.

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Liberia will connect to South America via Panama

Guanacaste is connected to all major destinations in South America through the Hub of the Americas at Tocumen Airport in Panama.

Copa Airlines joined Liberia in its list of destinations at the opening of new flight between the canton Guanacaste and Panama City.

The airline began regular direct flights to and from Panama, on a route that will operate on Sundays and Thursdays, leaving Panama at 9:52 am arriving in Liberia at 10:23 AM

The flight will depart Liberia at 11:25 am and arrive in Panama at 1:58 pm both days. The route will operate with the Embraer 190 aircraft with capacity for 94 passengers (84 in main cabin and 10 in business class). This is the flight number twelve, which made daily Cup Costa Rica.

According Copa Airlines, the opening of the Panama-Guanacaste was due to the strong position of the province as a tourist destination and adventure, which will receive first itinerados flights from Latin America.

Moreover, this route will link with Panama and other 63 destinations in 29 countries in Central, South and North America. The connection allows access to Liberia 1.5 million passengers who are moving from the Tocumen airport via the United States, 334,000 and from Colombia and about 152,000 of Venezuela, among other destinations.

During 2011, the airline carried in all its destinations and 8.8 million passengers experienced an increase of over 21% in capacity in 2010.

Meanwhile, last year 128,911 South Americans visited our country, representing 8.2% growth compared to 2010.

Daniel Oduber Airport 264,000 tourists entered in 2011, in relation to the terminal in 2010 grew by 17.3%.

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