DENVER – Denver International Airport continues to expand its international offerings with new nonstop service to Panama City, Panama.
The airport announced Copa Airlines will start offering direct flights between Denver and Panama in December.
Flights will travel between Denver and Panama City four times a week: Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
From Panama, travelers will be able to connect to many more destinations in Central and Southern America.
“We expect the addition of Denver, our newest U.S. destination, to generate business and leisure travel not only between Colorado and Panama, but also to our more than 55 destinations throughout Latin American and the Caribbean,” Copa Airlines CEO Pedro Heilbron said.
Flights on Copa Airlines offer several amenities that are becoming harder to find on American carriers, such as free meals and drinks (including wine and liquor) and two free checked bags.
Copa is the latest international airline to announce new service to Denver. Earlier this month, Norwegian announced nonstop service to London Gatwick.
For more information on booking a flight, log on to copaair.com.