HAVANA, Aug. 13th The low-cost Colombian carrier Wingo has announced that it will begin operating two new routes.Both routes will operate out of Panama City, Panama, and will service Havana and Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. The flight to Cuba is anticipated to enter service in September 2022.
The route to the Dominican Republic will begin operations one month later, in October 2022. The airline shared that these routes will aid in the prosperity of the travel industry between all three countries.
Wingo, a low-cost Colombian airline, recently announced that it would be adding two new routes serviced through Panama City, Panama. The first of these routes will be a direct, non-stop service to Havana, Cuba.
This route will be launched in September 2022. The second will service Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. The route will be launched in October 2022.
The routes will be operated out of Panama Pacifico Airport(BLB) twice weekly. The route to Havana will operate on Tuesdays and Saturdays. The Santo Domingo route will operate on Thursdays and Sundays.
The additional routes will increase the volume of flights that Wingo operates out of Panama by 40%. The aircraft chosen to fly these routes will be a Boeing 737-800 that has been remodeled to hold more seats. Each flight will be able to carry 186 passengers.