Air Canada today announced that it will start a new, non-stop flights between Toronto and Panama City beginning December 17, 2014. With the launch of the three-times weekly, year-round service, Air Canada will be the only Canadian network carrier operating between Canada and Panama.
The companies already have an interline agreement and the expansion of the partnership through the codeshare agreement will initially allow Etihad Airways to include its code on flights operated by GOL, giving its customers a greater number of connections for destinations in Brazil and South America.
Data through the Group Stage of the tournament, which includes opening day (June 12) through the close of the Group Stage (June 26), revealed triple-digit increases in spending, compared to the same period last year, in cities such as Natal (+851%); Cuiaba (+963%); Curitiba (+167%); and Manaus (+409%).
As of July, this summer, the carrier will offer more than 5,000 additional seats a week on its domestic and international routes. - Some of the destinations featuring its increased flight frequencies include Cancun, Acapulco and Puerto Vallarta in Mexico and Miami, San Antonio and Orlando in the United States.
The Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) hosted GBTA Brasils second annual conference from the 8th through the 10th of June in Sao Paulo, the largest city of America Latina, with more than 225 attendees.