The international flights of Copa Airlines would now connect the Central American country Panama with the United States. Copa Airlines recently announced it will be launching its nonstop flights services between Boston and Panama City in July this year.
The airline in a statement said that the flight would depart from Boston’s Logan International Airport just before 10 am ever day for Panama City. The airline will deploy a 124-seat Boeing 737 aircraft to operate flight on Boston-Panama City route. The airline stated that it will be offering cheap air tickets starting at $528 round-trip.
Boston is currently the largest U.S. market, which is still without a nonstop flight to Central or South America, despite having a great demand. More than 400,000 passengers traveled between Boston and the nearly 60 cities in Latin America in 2011 where Copa Airlines serves out of its hub in Panama City.