Air France starts its Panama service

Air France starts its Panama service

Starting from 25th November, this year, Air France will start their operation on a scheduled flight to Panama City, with 3 weekly flights from Paris to Charles de Gaulle - expanding their network to South and Central America as well as the Caribbean.
Boeing 777-200 that has with 309 seats, along with thirty five in Business, twenty four in Premium Economy as well as 250 in Economy will operate in this route.

This brand new route is introduction to daily flight that is operated by the KLM from Amsterdam to Schiphol and it will enable KLM and Air France passangers to benefit from a wider choice of connections because of the powerful Copa Airlines centre at the Panama City Tocumen airport, notably to Ecuador, Guatemala, Costa Rica and Nicaragua.

Next winter, KLM and Air France will operate 10 flights to Panama each week as well as two hundred flights to twenty five destinations in South and Central America as well as in the Caribbean region.

The start of Paris-Charles de Gaulle to Panama City route, enforced with the cooperation and support of the Panama Government, mainly its Minister for Tourism Salomon Shamah stated that KLM and Air France's position as leader in this area.

The economic expansion of Panama is driven by top projects like the extension of Panama Canal in the year 2015 as well as the construction of subway in the Panama City next year, but also by tourism development. Over 80 multinational firms have their offices based in Panama, mainly because of their activities to South and Central America and in the Caribbean islands.