Copa Airlines has increased to eight its daily flights to Havana, thus providing a greater opportunity for Cuba’s connectivity with Panama and Latin America, assured one of the executives of the Panamanian airline here today.
Speaking to Cuban journalists, the director for Central America and the Caribbean, Bernardo Ordas, said that this measure results in more opportunities for business development and tourism on the island, in addition to strengthening the existing air bridge between Panama and Cuba.
He stated forward that this increase should continue in the future, given the positive results in the movement of passengers from Cuba to Latin America and vice versa.
The airline also offers two weekly flights to the eastern province of Holguin and four to the central city of Santa Clara, in Villa Clara, frequencies that could increase in the future, while not ruling out the possibility of introducing a new destination.
Ordas explained that in addition to guaranteeing the transportation of people, Copa also offers cargo service; however, the airline’s main business is to mobilize passengers with their luggage, which occupies an important capacity in the flight, he stressed…