Trinidad and Tobago: Copa Airlines is set to increase its services from 7 times to 10 times weekly to Trinidad, which will play a huge role in enhancing the tourism sector of the nation. It is to be noted that the services will be increased starting from June 5, 2024.
According to the Tourism Ministry of the nation, the flight services will be expanded from seven times weekly to ten times weekly with additional frequencies operating on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Ministries of Tourism, Culture and the Arts and Works and Transport, along with the Airport Authority of Trinidad and Tobago and Tourism Trinidad Limited, are looking forward to forming new strategies and plans with Copa and other airlines in order to increase the demand for new flights to Trinidad and Tobago.
According to the Ministry of Tourism, this development will increase access to Panama markets and offer opportunities for increased leisure, trade links, and accessibility to T&T’s offerings.
The Ministry of Tourism has been focused on partnering with regional and international stakeholders in order to enhance the airlift demand for the destination. The arrival of a maximum number of visitors will play a huge role in strengthening the nation’s position as a premier destination in the Caribbean.
The updated days of operation and flight times:
Flight no. CM165 will fly from Panama to Port of Spain and operate for three days, including Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday. The flight will be from 9:10 a.m. to 1:16 p.m.
Flight no. CM314 will also fly from Panama to Port of Spain, and it will operate daily from 9:39 pm to 1:42 am.
Flight no. CM315 will fly from Panama to Port of Spain and it will operate daily. The flight will be from 4:05 am to 6:17 am.
Flight no. CM166 will also fly from Panama to Port of Spain and it will operate on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday with timings 2:20 pm to 4:32 pm.