COPA to refund Venezuela bound passengers

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Yesterday Venezuela ordered the suspension of the economic, commercial and financial relationship with subjects of the Republic of Panama

Copa Airlines said in a statement that the government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela ordered, by resolution published in Official Gazette No. 6369, dated April 5, 2018, the suspension of the economic, commercial and financial relationship with subjects of the Republic of Panama, which includes the suspension of Copa Airlines flights to Venezuela for a period of 90 days extendable.
In order to provide assistance to passengers who have scheduled flights to and from Venezuela in the next 90 days, Copa Airlines offers the possibility of reimbursing the total value of their unused airline tickets without penalties. In the same way, passengers who have started their flight may reimburse the unused route without penalties.
Additionally, passengers who prefer to change their final destination, may do so without cost before April 20 and to travel before July 4, according to the space available, under the following criteria:
Passengers flying between North America and Mexico and Venezuela may change their final destination to any Airline destination in Panama, Central America, the Caribbean, Guyana, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador and Bolivia
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