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Published on : Wednesday, July 29, 2015
In November 2015, and until the end of the winter season, Air France will offer its customers six weekly flights to Panama City on departure from Paris-Charles de Gaulle. The Company will thus operate an additional frequency (starting from Friday 27 November) to this destination. All flights will be operated by Boeing 777-200 equipped with the Company’s latest long-haul travel cabins.
On board, customers will be able to enjoy the new Business class, a real cocoon in the sky, as well as the completely redesigned Premium Economy and Economy seats ensuring optimum travel comfort.
“This move upmarket of our products and services, and our increasing capacity, allow us to meet our customers’ requirements as closely as possible and demonstrates our ambition to increase our presence in Panama and in the Central America region”, stated Zoran Jelkic, SVP Caribbean Indian Ocean and Latin America Air France-KLM.
Complementing KLM’s daily service on departure from Amsterdam-Schiphol, 13 weekly frequencies will be operated by Air France-KLM to Panama City this winter. Moreover, thanks to Copa Airlines’ Ameri-cas hub at Panama City-Tocumen airport, the Group’s customers benefit from a vast choice of connec-tions notably to the Caribbean, Columbia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Peru and El Salvador.
FLIGHT TIMES (LOCAL TIME)
The gradual entry into service of the “BEST”-equipped Boeing 777s will allow us to serve Panama City with the new cabins up to once weekly starting this summer, and on each flight from November 2015.
AIR FRANCE-KLM, A VAST NETWORK SERVING CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN
Throughout the 2015 summer season, Air France-KLM flies to 27 destinations in Central and South America and the Caribbean. The Group has also signed agreements with various air transport players (Aerolineas Argentinas, GOL, COPA, Air Antilles, InselAir, Winair), offering its customers a wide choice of additional destinations in the region.
Source: Air France.