Asiana makes code-sharing deal with Panama airline

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Asiana makes code-sharing deal with Panama airline

Asiana Airlines, the nation’s second-largest flag carrier, said yesterday that it will have a code-sharing program with Panam’s Copa Airlines from next week, and will offer flights from Incheon to Panama City.

The air carrier said that now its customers can fly to Los Angeles or New York and then travel to Panama City via Copa Airlines.

This is the first time that Asiana is offering a code-sharing program with a Central American carrier. The deal means Asiana’s code-sharing program includes 27 airlines and 277 total routes.

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