United Airlines will launch nonstop service between Denver International airport and Panama City Tocumen International airport from 3 December.
The flight will be operate daily from November to August and five-times weekly in September and October on a 118-seat Boeing 737-700, according to the Chicago-based Star Alliance carrier. It is subject to government approval.
“Following the success of our Denver-Tokyo flight, our new service to Panama City will link our Denver business and leisure travelers to the business and finance capital of Central America and open the door to other new, international destinations through our partner airlines," says Steve Jaquith, managing director of the Denver hub at United, in a statement.
The new flight will connect with Copa Airlines’ hub in Panama City, which offers flights to numerous destinations across Central and South America.
No other carriers fly between Denver and Panama City, Innovata schedules show.