Copa Airlines to Add New Service to Canada, Guyana, Florida

By Jesse Sokolow on 23 January 2014
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A Copa Airlines check-in counter in Chicago

A Copa Airlines check-in counter in Chicago

Copa Airlines, the national flag carrier of Panama, announced it will begin service to three new destinations by mid 2014.  In addition, the airline said it will add new aircraft to its fleet this year.

Beginning June 3, the carrier will start service between Tocumen International Airport in Panama City, Panama, and Montreal, Canada.  The service will operate four times a week, and Montreal will be the airlines’ second destination in Canada.

On July 11, Copa will begin service between Tocumen International and Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the carrier’s fourth destination in the state.  The service will operate four times a week.

Also on July 11, the airline will begin twice weekly flights between Tocumen and Georgetown, Guyana.  The new service will be the carrier’s first route to the country of Guyana.

In addition, Copa plans to add eight new Boeing Next Generation 737-800 aircraft to its fleet this year.  The additional planes will bring the carrier’s fleet total to 98 aircraft.

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