Venezuela: Copa Airlines resumes flights to Caracas and Valencia.

Copa Airlines informed that it will resume air operations between Panama and Venezuela as of Saturday, January 23, 2021, after receiving authorization from the National Institute of Civil Aeronautics (INAC) of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.

See also: Copa Airlines resumes flights Panama – Monterrey.

The airline will initially serve four weekly flights, on its Panama-Caracas/Caracas-Panama route, starting on Saturday January 23, and one weekly flight on its Panama-Valencia/Valencia-Panama route, starting on Monday January 25.

See also: Venezuela again authorizes flights to Panama and the Dominican Republic.

It is the responsibility of passengers traveling with Copa Airlines to know and comply with all travel requirements established by the countries where the airline flies. In that sense, all persons traveling to Venezuela must present a Negative PCR Test performed in laboratories duly authorized by the health authorities (health) of the country of origin (does not apply to children up to two years old), with a maximum of 72 hours prior to arrival at the destination airport within the Venezuelan national territory.

Passengers who wish to purchase tickets for these routes, make changes in accordance with current commercial policies or obtain information about upcoming flights may do so through the airline’s sales offices, the Call Center or by logging on to Copa.com.

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