April 30, 2024
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Journey to Tulum with Copa’s New Flights

TULUM, México – Starting June 26, Copa Airlines will launch a new route to Tulum, enhancing the connectivity of this enchanting Mexican destination. Nestled between the vibrant Riviera Maya and serene Bacalar along the Caribbean Sea, Tulum is famed for its rich tapestry of archaeological sites, eco-parks, cenotes, art, cuisine, and nature reserves.

This new flight route marks Copa Airlines’ sixth destination in Mexico, joining Mexico City, Cancún, Guadalajara, Santa Lucía, and Monterrey. More than just another travel option, it expands access to Quintana Roo’s diverse tourist offerings.

Copa Airlines’ service to Tulum will operate four times a week—Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday. Flights will depart from Panama at 7:45 AM local time, arriving at the International Airport of Tulum, Felipe Carrillo Puerto, at 10:34 AM. The return flights will take off at 11:44 AM, reaching Panama by 2:23 PM. This schedule provides optimal convenience for travelers, ensuring ample time for arrival and departure.

Journey to Tulum with Copa's New Flights

Passengers from various Latin American cities will find smoother connections to Tulum through Panama’s Hub of the Americas. The airline’s network includes direct routes from cities like Buenos Aires, Córdoba, Mendoza, and Rosario in Argentina, Montevideo in Uruguay, and Asunción in Paraguay.

By June, Copa Airlines’ expansive network will span 85 destinations across 32 American countries, with an average of over 370 daily flights. The airline boasts a fleet of 96 aircraft, with plans to expand to 107 by the end of 2024 and exceed 120 by 2025.

For Tulum, this route is not just an addition to its travel options but a significant boost to its tourism sector. The ease of travel will likely attract more visitors, drawn by Tulum’s unique blend of cultural heritage and natural beauty. This connection also positions Tulum as a critical player in the competitive tourism market of the Caribbean.

As Tulum continues to grow as a global tourist hub, the direct connection by Copa Airlines is expected to stimulate the local economy by increasing visitor numbers, who are likely to explore the extensive array of attractions Tulum has to offer.

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