: Albrook Airport.
I think PTY
is not oriented for 50 seater turbo-prop operations.
|Quoting viaggiare (Reply 157):|
Copa would jump at the chance to further develop its busiest route in CentAm (existing daily 0600, 0810, 0828, 1138, 1433, 1520, 1736 and 1804 departures out of SJO) into an air shuttle.
These are only their departures heading to Panama City. Furthermore, Copa Airlines and Copa Airlines Colombia division have other daily departures to Managua, Tegucigalpa, San Pedro Sula and Guatemala City out of San Jose.
I would like to debate if at least one of their planes are present in San Jose at anytime.
Back to the former point, CM PTY
56x weekly doesn’t seem to compete against the shy TA
7x weekly which operated as 14x weekly prior to the fatidic May 17th.
I’m still puzzled about how any open skies agreement would work at [Panama-Colombia] and [Panama-Costa Rica], taking into account the huge weekly frequencies between these countries.
are ranked among the 3-top destinations out of PTY
|Quoting 2travel2know2 (Reply 158):|
What I'd like to see is 2 extra PTY-SJO-PTY routed both ways via DAV. This to allow DAV international passengers to connect @ CM PTY hub or @ SJO.
If I recall correctly, Copa Airlines and the new Air Panama are sustaining any sort of commercial agreement.
With that being said, I’m not sure if Copa Airlines mainline would dispute the current [PAC
] segment which is operated thrice a week by the turbo-props of Air Panama.
Is Chiriquí ready for international jet-line operations on a scheduled basis sustainably ?
We have previously discussed about how DAV cannot be fairly compared to both RTB
. I share this point of view: 75% or so.
The South Florida territory may operate profitably for DAV, in terms of the business and leisure component. I have my doubts about how many passengers would utilize this potential segment yearly.