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Air France increases its flight offering to Panama

Tis Meyer / Planepics.org

The Company will start to operate a fourth frequency to Panama City during the 2014 summer season.

From 27 October 2014 and for the entire 2014 winter season, Air France will operate five weekly flights between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Panama City. The Company is therefore adding two weekly flights to its current schedule.

“Air France has been offering non-stop flights between Paris and Panama City since 25 November 2013, in addition to the daily KLM flight. After several months of successful operations on this route, we are proud to be strengthening our presence by increasing our flight frequencies, therefore meeting the demand of our customers in Europe, Panama and throughout Central America. This will enable us to consolidate our leadership position in the Central and South American region and the Caribbean” declared Patrick Alexandre, EVP Commercial, Sales and Marketing at Air France-KLM.

In addition to the daily KLM service from Amsterdam-Schiphol, there will now be 12 weekly frequencies with Air France-KLM. Moreover, thanks to Copa Airlines’ hub at Panama City-Tocumen Airport, the Group’s customers benefit from an even wider choice of connections to Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala and Nicaragua among others.

Flights are operated by Boeing 777-200 equipped with 309 seats, with 35 in Business, 24 in Premium Economy and 250 in Economy.

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