Denese A Rodgers Posted May 1, 2020 Share Posted May 1, 2020 May 8 Commercial Humanitarian Flight Update At present the Department of State is making every effort to assist U.S. citizens overseas who wish to return to the United States. As the COVID-19 situation develops, our ability to provide such assistance may become more limited or even unavailable. There is no guarantee that the Department of State will be able to continue to provide repatriation assistance and transportation options to the United States may be unavailable in the future. If you choose to remain overseas, you should be prepared to remain where you are for the foreseeable future. The Embassy arranged for a commercially-operated humanitarian flight on May 8 for any U.S. citizen or other qualified traveler able to enter the United States who had expressed wishes to depart Panama. That flight is now full. The Embassy is continuing its efforts to identify future flights. However, there are no other planned flights at this time. We encourage you to be prepared to remain in Panama for the next 30-60 days, or perhaps more. For now, please closely monitor Spirit’s website (www.Spirit.com) for any openings due to cancelations on the May 8 flight from Panama City, Panama (PTY) to Ft. Lauderdale, FL, USA (FLL). NOTE – It is most likely that future will be with the same airline and the same route. All domestic travel arrangements are the sole responsibility of the traveler. If you have not already done so, please express your interest in consideration for future evacuation flights by emailing: PanamaCityUSCitizen@state.gov. If you have previously expressed your interest, you do NOT need to resubmit. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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