New Copa Airlines flight from Panama to Santa Clara, Cuba

The Santa Clara, Cuba airport.

HAVANA TIMES — The Panamanian carrier Copa Airlines announced Monday a new flight from Panama to the Cuban city of Santa Clara, reported Prensa Latina.

The new link will begin on December 9, and will feature two weekly flights (Tuesdays and Saturdays).

According to the note, this will be the first scheduled flight of an international airline to a city in the interior of Cuba.

The sales executive of the company, Nelson Cabrera, said the flight will provide a new alternative for tourism to Cayo Santa Maria “a popular destination in the archipelago.”

One thought on “New Copa Airlines flight from Panama to Santa Clara, Cuba

  • As tourism has increased slightly every year in Cuba recently, there has been an even more dramatic increase in the ‘all-inclusive’ tour packages. This bodes well for the regime’s tourism companies but is bad news for the average Cuban hoping to get a slice of the tourism pie. Tourists more and more often will come to Cuba, stay at a government-owned hotel, eat at government-owned restaurants and spend any discretionary vacation money at government-owned stores. The notion that opening up Cuba to tourists, especially American tourists, will somehow magically bring democracy to Cuba is a ruse concocted ironically by the Castros to increase tourism without losing control of the Cuban people.

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