This new service will increase the potential for movement of passengers between two countries, said the director of Tourism in Jamaica
Jamaica. The tourist office in this country and Copa
Airlines today announced that from next December 11th will be operating a new flight service between the Hub of the Americas at Tocumen International Airport in Panama City and International Airport Sangster, Montego Bay. The airline had another connection to the Caribbean island’s capital, Kingston, so the news has been welcomed by the authorities.
“This new alliance with Copa Airlines will provide Latin American travelers an easy route to the heart of the capital of the resorts in Jamaica,” said John Lynch, Director of Tourism of Jamaica. “Panama City is a major gateway connecting flights throughout Central and South America. This new service provides joint benefits and increases the potential arrival of visitors to both destinations. The Jamaicans will visit the South American and Central American culture, Latin American and explore Montego Bay or a nearby city, such as Ocho Rios and Negril, “he added.
The new flights will Copa’s Hub of the Americas from Tocumen International Airport Panama City (PTY), Tuesdays and Sundays at 9:06 am, and arrive at Sangster International Airport in Jamaica (MBJ) at 11 : 3:00 a.m. While the return flights are scheduled to leave every Tuesday and Sunday at 12:39 pm MBJ and arrive at 2:30 pm PTY, reported in an official press release.
“We are pleased to announce the increase of our flight from the Caribbean and the rest of America with the start of the Copa Airlines flights to Montego Bay. The expansion of flights to our Hub of the Americas and our growing route network is supplemented by more extensive these flights to this destination so beautiful, and also provides an opportunity for more passengers to enjoy the experience of world-class flight in Latin America and the Caribbean of our airline, “said Joe Mohan in turn, Commercial Vice President of Copa Airlines, also cited in the note.
Copa flights with a stopover in Panama on the way to Montego Bay will be available from December 11, 2011, from 58 cities in North, Central and South America. For more information about them, visit www.copaair.com. If you also wish to book a holiday in Jamaica, we recommend you enter: www.visitjamaica.com.