St Maarten Visitors Will Benefit From More Copa Airlines Flights
August 6th, 2019, Posted by travelwith2ofus
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If you're planning to spend winter in the Caribbean, St Maarten to be exact, then you're going to benefit from an added carrier option as Panama's Copa Airline plans to operate four weekly flights to St Maarten. This is according to a report from the St Maarten Ministry of Tourism.
The announcement (July, 2019) of the flights, set to increase in December, came after a meeting at Copa's headquarters in Panama city with St Maarten's tourism minister, Stuart Johnson and Copa's CEO Pedro Heilbron.
According to the report, this was a very important meeting for stakeholders, especially St Maarten, because Copa Airlines is the only Latin American carrier which flies to the Dutch Caribbean island.
Increasing flights to the destination will be very instrumental for the future long-term development of the St Maarten tourism industry, and the increase to four weekly flights will definitely help increase St Maarten's market share in the Latin American market.
About Copa Airlines
Copa Airlines is headquartered in Panama City, Panama with its main hub located at the Tocumen International Airport.
The carrier started international operations in 1966 with flights to San Jose, Costa Rica. During that period it operated three weekly flights to the destination. However, the airline was actually founded in 1947 as the national airline of Panama, which operated flights to three Panamanian cities.
In 1969, the airline introduced flights to Jamaica, Nicaragua and Colombia. The following year Copa started flying to Medellin, Cartagena, San Salvador and Guatemala. Today Copa Airlines flies to more than 70 destinations in the Americas, including to over 17 US cities.
About ST Maarten
St Maarten is the Dutch side of the island which has a French and Dutch side. There are a lot of great places and sights that will complete your vacation in the best way possible. There is a rich culture and history to learn from and the harmonious mixture of locals from different nations complete the ambience.
There is a very vibrant nightlife at many of the islands casinos, nightclubs and beach bars. St Maarten has a large selection of hotels, resorts and guesthouses as well. You can go for the luxurious or for the basic, depending on your budget. During the winter months of December and January Copa Airlines will be making four weekly flight to the Dutch island.
ST MAARTEN Tours
If you're visiting St Maarten these are a few of the exciting must-do tours worth checking out.
Sail in the Caribbean paradise of St Maarten on a 5-hour cruise including homemade lunch and unlimited drinks from a top shelf open bar.
Relax on a cushioned seat in sun or shade aboard the ‘Random Wind’ as you travel up the coast.
This family-friendly yacht takes you to the island’s Dutch and French sides for some beach time with paddle boarding ...
Visit Tintamarre Island, Creole Rock and Pinel Island on the same day.
Snorkel with turtles and tropical fish, enjoy a great Lunch on Grand Case in a french restaurant and sip rum punch on the beach and work on your tan.
Snorkeling gears with flotation (instructions for beginers) free drinks, lunch and snack included. Five star service ...
Take an exciting 4-hour culinary road trip across 4 restaurants on the Dutch and French sides of St Maarten/St Martin with this Flavors of St. Martin Food Tour.
This small Caribbean island boasts a foodie’s paradise and has been nicknamed the “culinary capital of the West Indies” due to its large variety of tasty Dutch, Creole & French cuisine. Relax and unwind ...
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