Starting in June, Air Europa will offer direct flights to Panama and connecting flights, via partners, to other Latin American cities. The Hub of the Americas, as Panama’s international airport is known, provides passengers with the highest number of possible destinations in the region. The total of routes is 81 and you can reach 33 different countries on the continent.
Air Europa’s newest partner: Copa Airlines
Copa Airlines will be in charge of flying the Spanish airline’s passengers to their final destination in Latin America. These new destinations include Guatemala City, San Salvador, Managua and San José. All major cities in Central America.
Air Europa will try to claim some share of the long-haul low-cost segment market. Competing directly against the likes of KLM, Iberia and, of course, the big 3 from the United States of America.
Copa Airlines’ passengers will gain acces to Air Europa’s Madrid hub
When flying the opposite way and when connecting in Madrid, Copa’s passengers will be able to reach 23 destinations in Spain and a further 15 in Europe, Africa and the Middle East.
Air Europa is part of Grupo Globalia, Spain's biggest travel and tourism company.
Compensation when flying with Air Europa to Latin America
Air Europa is a European carrier. Therefore, your rights are always protected by EC 261/2004 when flying with them. Regardless of if you're on your way or flying from Panama, if your Air Europa flight gets delayed or cancelled and hence you’ve arrived at your destination with a delay greater than 3 hours, you can claim compensation! We can take care of that for you and ensure that they’ll pay out what they owe you. Best of all, our 25% win feel covers all possible costs associated with claiming your compensation. Even if we have to initiate legal proceedings. Also, you only have to pay it if we successfully claim your compensation. Check your flight for free and exercise your rights!
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