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Panama and Argentina to Increase Air Travel Connectivity

Odalis Nuñez

| 12 May 2017 05.13pm


The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced Friday that Panama and Argentina will increase air travel connectivity. This comes after the official visit of the Vice President and Chancellor of the Republic, Isabel De Saint Malo de Alvarado to the South American country, last November.

In order to strengthen the tourist flow between both nations, the Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the act was signed between the Aeronautical Authorities of the Republic of Panama and Transport of the Republic of Argentina, which will expand from 14 to 21 weekly frequencies, that is to say, three daily flights.

The document stipulates that the capacity of the services is set to 21 weekly frequencies for each one of the parties, with any type of aircraft.

The competent authorities agreed that the Panama airlines may operate, in addition, seven weekly frequencies to points of Argentina other for Buenos Aires.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs indicates that as of the end of the year will add a new connection International Panama-Mendoza. This will be the fourth city Argentina (Buenos Aires, Córdoba and Rosario are already served) and the destination number 75 in the routing network.


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