Copa Airlines resumes flights to Denver and Cordoba.

Panama’s Copa Airlines resumed flights to Denver, Colorado on Monday.

The route between Panama and Denver will operate four times a week on Boeing 737-800 aircraft.

Copa Airlines expects to reach 80% of its capacity by December.

Copa inaugurated service to Denver in December 2017 and ceased operations in March 2020 due to the pandemic.

The airline previously reinstated Denver flights in December 2020, but found demand conditions unfavorable due to continued travel restrictions and border closures and flights were suspended again in February 2021.

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Copa also resumed flights to Cordoba (Argentina) on Tuesday, November 16, after 20 months.

This route will have three weekly frequencies and will be operated in Boeing 737-800 aircraft with a capacity for 154 passengers, 16 in business class and 138 in economy class.

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