Cuba reduces flights to and from Panama from January 1
Copa Airlines reported that the Government of Cuba decreed a reduction in the frequencies of flights between that country and others in the region, including Panama, to reduce the spread of covid-19.
In that sense, the Panamanian airline detailed that of the 20 weekly flights that they had scheduled to Cuba, only 3 weekly flights will be allowed.
The 3 authorized flights will operate to and from the José Martí International Airport, in Havana, on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
While flights to and from Santa Clara and Holguín are canceled until further notice, Copa said.
During the first weeks of January, Copa will carry out special flights to allow passengers who are in Cuba to return to their point of origin.
Affected passengers who are in Cuba and need to return to their destination of origin, should contact the Reservation Center or visit the Copa sales offices.
If you are a Cuban national or resident and need to return to Cuba, you must notify the local consulate in the destination where you are. In Panama, the email of the consulate of that country is email@example.com.
People who have not yet made their trip, the value of their ticket will be kept until December 31, 2021, while passengers who prefer a travel certificate, plus an additional 20% to the value of the ticket, must do so by entering the glass .com.