Nonrev’s have a new way to Panama with the announcement that Copa Airlines will add Denver to it’s route system as of Dec. 11, 2017.
The Panamanian carrier will begin flying the route on Dec. 11, offering four weekly flights on 154-seat Boeing 737-800 aircraft. Flight time between Denver and Panama’s capital city is about 5-½ hours.
Denver will become Copa’s 13th U.S. destination and continues the airline’s four-year run of expansion of here. Boston, Fort Lauderdale, Las Vegas, New Orleans, Tampa and San Francisco are among the seven cities Copa has added to its U.S. network since 2012.
Copa says flights will be timed to give Denver travelers convenient connections from Panama City to the airline’s destinations in Central and South America.
“We expect the addition of Denver, our newest U.S. destination, to generate business and leisure travel not only between Colorado and Panama, but also to our more than 55 destinations throughout Latin America and the Caribbean,” Copa Airlines CEO Pedro Heilbron says in a statement announcing the new service.