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  • 2018/12/02 10:10:49

    Copa, United and Avianca sign joint business agreement

    Copa, United and Avianca sign joint business agreement

    Editor

    Copa Airlines announced Friday that it has signed a joint venture agreement with revenue share with United Airlines and Avianca Holdings, which will bring benefits to customers, communities and the passenger market that travel between the United States and 19 countries in Central and South America

  • 2018/08/03 15:08:28

    Copa inaugurates modern Copa Club at Colombia's main airport

    Copa Club

    Editor

    Copa Airlines inaugurated its first Copa Club at the El Dorado International Airport, which serves Bogota, with an investment of 1.3 million dollars and in which it is expected to receive some 55,000 passengers in its first year, the Panamanian airline reported today

  • 2018/04/25 11:22:53

    Panama and Venezuela without connections

    Tocumen

    Editor

    On April 25, the suspension of the Venezuelan airlines that flew to and from Panama came into effect. A measure that will be valid for 90 days and will be renewable, as announced by the Panamanian authorities. It is part of a series of events triggered after the beginning of a diplomatic crisis between both countries

  • 2018/04/21 21:03:55

    Panamanian President opens door to meeting with Maduro to deal with crisis

    Varela - Maduro

    EFE

    Panamanian president Juan Carlos Varela did not dismiss today to meet with his Venezuelan counterpart, Nicolás Maduro, in an attempt to solve the recent bilateral crisis, which includes the suspension of the air connection between both countries and the withdrawal of their respective ambassadors

2017/11/30 00:28:25
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  • Copa responds to complaints of layoffs

    Following these complaints made also from Panamanian Civil and Related Aviation Trade Union (Sielas), Copa Airlines issued a statement. Genaro López, leader of the Sole Construction Workers and Related Trade Union (Suntracs), condemned the layoff of at least 50 Copa Airlines workers

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  • For now, operations in Havana, Santa Clara and Holguín (Cuba), Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Tampa and Orlando, Florida (US), and St. Marteen are temporarily suspended, subject to authorization to open airports by the corresponding authorities
  • Copa Airlines renew flights to several Caribbean islands

    EFE

    For now, operations in Havana, Santa Clara and Holguín (Cuba), Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Tampa and Orlando, Florida (US), and St. Marteen are temporarily suspended, subject to authorization to open airports by the corresponding authorities