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Visit Panama for Free: Flying Copa You Get a Free Stopover in Panama

Panama Tourism Ministry and Copa Airlines  Launch”Free Stop-Over in Panama”

  • This applies for those flying on Copa Airlines to a Latin America or Caribbean destination. If your flight has a stopover in Panama, you can stop over in Panama for a day or two and then continue to your final destination. Copa or your travel agent has the details. Many Latin Americans come to shop in Panama’s malls- a great alternative to Miami and US citizens will enjoy visiting the Panama Canal and other Panama City sites.The
    campaign offers potential visitors to Panama the possibility of
    visiting two Copa Airlines’ destinations for the price of one.

 

 

The Panama Tourism Authority and Copa Airlines are launching a new
promotion to promote Panama as a tourist destination – the “Visit Panama
Free” campaign. The new campaign provides travelers with connecting
flights through Copa Airlines’ Hub of the Americas at Tocumen
International Airport the opportunity to visit Panama for no additional
airfare.

 

The
promotion positions Panama as an option in combination with other
destinations. Travelers not only will experience the advantages that
connecting through Panama offers, they also will be able to visit two
destinations for the price of one airfare.

 

When
passengers make their reservations with Copa Airlines or through a
travel agency, they will be offered the option of visiting Panama for
free and including the stop-over in their itinerary. The promotion is
available in the 52 destinations and 25 countries on the American
continent where the airline flies.

 

“This
project grew from our shared vision of promoting the country as a
tourism destination among the 5 million travelers to Latin America and
the Caribbean who travel with us every year,” said Copa Airlines’
Director of Marketing Marco Ocando. “They already are taking advantage
of the benefits of the Hub of the Americas at Tocumen, which offers
flights to more destinations in Latin America than any other hub on the
continent.”

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