On April 10 Panama’s President Juan Carlos Varela Rodriguez and U.S. President Barack Obama witnessed an agreement signed by Copa Airlines to order for 61 Boeing 737 MAX 8 and MAX 9 jets.

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Copa Airlines will offer the first non-stop scheduled flight from Boston Logan International Airport to Latin America when the Star Alliance member begins daily service from Boston to Panama City’s Tocumen International Airport on July 10.

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Avianca, TACA Airlines and Copa Airlines have been inducted into the Star Alliance, cementing the alliance’s presence in Latin America and adding nearly 50 more airports to its network.

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Panama’s Copa Airlines is adding three new destinations in December – Chicago O’Hare International Airport; Cucuta, Colombia; and Asunción in Paraguay – to bring the airline’s total of new destinations in 2011 to seven.

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Copa’s latest Boeing 737-800 order previously was attributed to an unidentified customer on Boeing’s orders and deliveries website.

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Five of the newly contracted 737-800s are due for delivery in 2011 and five during 2012. Copa Airlines now has firm orders and delivery commitments for 33 aircraft, all of them 737-800s.

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The newly branded airline incorporates the destinations, route networks and services that Aero República and Copa Airlines offer, including access to Copa’s Hub of the Americas in Panama.

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Copa Airlines is launching twice-weekly nonstop service from Panama City to the Caribbean island of St. Martin on December 18, 2010.

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Panama’s Copa Airlines has taken delivery of two new Boeing 737-800s as part of its ongoing fleet expansion, allowing the airline to continue to expand its “Hub of the Americas” at Panama City’s Tocumen International Airport with more frequencies and destinations.

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