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Panama Negotiating More Flights to U.S.

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United Airlines is interested in adding direct flights between Panama’s Tocumen International Airport and San Francisco, New Jersey, and Houston with operations to begin by the end of 2012.

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United negotiates another flight to Panama

The world’s biggest airline by passenger movements, United Arilines, is interested in establishing another direct flight between the U.S. (EU) and Panama. Last week, company officials met with Panamanian authorities and private sector representatives to study the feasibility of a third connection between the two countries.

At the meeting, Rudolf Meyer, regional director of the airline that emerged from the merger between Continental and United, raised the idea of ​​a flight between San Francisco, on the west coast of the United States and the Tocumen International Airport to enter operating by year’s end. U.S. airline currently maintains direct flights between Panama and the cities of New Jersey and Houston.

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