Daily nonstops to Boston

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Inaugurating the flight:  Iván Vergara, air transport director at Aeronáutica; Claudio Dutary, operations manager at Tocumen International Airport; Jonathan Farrar, United States Ambassador to Panama; Ernesto Orillac, vice minister of the Panama Tourism Authority (ATP); Pablo Thayer, business manager of Tocumen International Airport; Rafael Bárcenas, Aeronáutica director; Pedro Heilbron, Copa Airlines CEO.

Inaugurating the flight: Iván Vergara, air transport director at Aeronáutica; Claudio Dutary, operations manager at Tocumen International Airport; Jonathan Farrar, United States Ambassador to Panama; Ernesto Orillac, vice minister of the Panama Tourism Authority (ATP); Pablo Thayer, business manager of Tocumen International Airport; Rafael Bárcenas, Aeronáutica director; Pedro Heilbron, Copa Airlines CEO.

Fly straight to Boston. Panama and the region began benefitting from the connectivity offered by the Hub of the Americas and Copa Airlines with the inauguration of a new direct flight from Panama City’s Tocumen International Airport to Boston’s Logan International last week.

The new flight is also good news for residents of Boston, who, as Copa Airlines CEO Pedro Heilbron points out, formed the “largest market in the United States that did not have nonstop service to Latin America.” Logan International Airport serves 105 destinations, 32 of them outside the United States.

The flight leaves Panama daily at 11:46 a.m. and arrives in Boston at 6:16 p.m.

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