Rumors are circulating that some Cuba-Nicaragua flights have been grounded for several days, with Panamanian Copa Airlines stopping at Documen and then heading to Santino Airport in Managua. Finally, our editorial staff confirmed this suspension by direct contact with the airline. To continue; details.
On February 12, international digital media pointed out that flights from Cuba to Central America, especially Nicaragua, were “prohibited” and that the restriction had been imposed due to the current migration crisis in the area where millions migrants cross the border. South America.
With this question Cuba Directory, contacted Copa Airlines, as the media pointed out that it was the company that announced the cancellation of routes from Panama to various cities in the region. This is how they answered a teacher’s question.
“It just occurred to us then Ticket sales have stopped Number of aircraft approved by Cuba and High demand for travelers who want to travel on the road. We recommend that you be aware of official announcements regarding the opening of new frequencies,” they said on their official website. Twitter.
Flights from Cuba to Central American countries
A step Reporting In the local press, he confirmed the presence of a ticket sales supervisor at the Copa headquarters in Panama. Full control of all flights from Cuba to Central American countries such as Nicaragua.
“We don’t know how long this operation will last. We can only inform you that direct purchases of tickets from Cuba to other Central American countries are completely paralyzed, ”assured the supervisor, without giving more details about the Copa employee.
2021 will be another year of health crisis for Central America, but the data describes it as another year in which the influx of immigrants has increased exponentially. Since Nicaragua extended free visa to Cubans from November last year, the number of immigrants from the island to the United States has increased.
Between October 2020 and September 2021, the US Customs and Border Protection reported that more than 2 million immigrants were detained by US authorities. Most of them come from Central America, Haiti, Cuba and Venezuela.
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