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Panama Expands International Air Travel Destinations

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In the coming months there will be more air traffic flying out of Panama; destinations such as Brazil, Mexico, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Bahamas and United Arab Emirates were among the sites negotiated in 2011.

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Destinations such as Brazil, Mexico, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Bahamas and United Arab Emirates were among the sites in this year have managed to close negotiations for more frequencies from the Isthmus of flights. Even to those nations also will be more inward journeys.

“Mexico was the most successful negotiations for Panama ‘, said Ivan Vergara, director of Air Transport Civil Aviation Authority, in charge of the subject, and adding that to that nation frequencies were 21 and added 7 more. Within these, there are four daily flights to Mexico City.

In addition to Mexico signed up 7 routes to Guadalajara and Cancun, frequencies from 21 to 35, described Vergara.

The opening of new frequencies and destinations of travel within the countries of the region to Panama creates more work opportunities for employees of the airlines added new flights to its portfolio of supply, and their suppliers.
In the case of Brazil, in 2011 from Panama were added new destinations for flights to Belo Horizonte, Brasilia and Porto Alegre, and consolidated trips to São Paulo.

These flights to both Mexico and Brazil, and in general to the region, multiply business opportunities for the Panamanian airline Copa and positively impact the jobs it creates.

For Ecuador, meanwhile, to Guayaquil and Quito, frequency doubled to 14 each.

Ernest King, the area of tour operators, described the opening of new frequencies and destinations, from Panama, it helps to attract more tourists to the country.

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