Copa Airlines, one of Latin America's most dynamic carriers, has announced a new twice weekly flight between Panama City’s Tocumen International Airport and Jamaica’s Montego Bay Sir Donald Sangster International Airport.
The new service commences December 11th 2011 and will operate every Tuesday and Sunday leaving Panama at 11:03 and departing Montego Bay for the return trip at 12:39. COPA already has a service which links Panama City to the Jamaican capital, Kingston.
COPA's main base is at Panama City where the ease of transit for interlining passengers has made it "The hub of the Americas". The new flights from Montego Bay will connect to all of COPA's regional services which operate to 58 destinations within North, South and Central America.
Montego Bay is a flourishing tourist destination with a busy cruise terminal and a brand new convention centre. Jamaica is one of the Caribbean's favourite tourist destinations with over 1.3 million visitors every year enjoying the spectacular beaches, glorious weather and laid back lifestyle.
Copa Airlines is one of the best success stories of Latin American aviation with a growing fleet of over 70 aircraft and a recently announced order for 32 brand new Boeing 737-800 aircraft.
Alternative Airlines has a special relationship with COPA airlines which gives our customers availability to the best possible regional fares on flights to Panama City, Montego Bay and all the 58 destinations on the COPA airlines network.