Copa Airlines Increases Flights to Curaçao
Copa Airlines will increase its flights between Panama City and the island of Curaçao beginning in April, adding 30% more seats per week to the route.
Starting April 7, the airline will add a weekly flight to the island, going from five (currently operating) to six. And from May 4, it will start offering a daily flight.
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These additional flights are the result of growing demand from the Latin American market, especially from Brazil, Colombia, Argentina, Chile and Uruguay.
“This is another great achievement for the travel industry. The increase in the number of Copa Airlines flights gives Curaçao the opportunity to further expand the Latin American market. At the same time, this growth contributes to the diversification of our target markets,” said the island’s Minister of Economic Development, Ruisandro Cijntje.
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