The mishaps that have caused road blockages in Panama City caused United Airlines to cancel three flights scheduled between November 16 and 17.
Information from the company indicates that the canceled return is UA1034, from Houston, which ends up impacting the itineraries of flights UA727 and UA1031, which will not operate this November 17, because the ships are not in the country.
On its website, United indicated that flights to and from Panama may be affected by “civil unrest,” so users are offered the opportunity to reschedule their flights, without additional charges.
The air transport company also gives users the option to cancel their flights and obtain a refund.
This is a two-day cancellation, so it should not impact United’s operation in Panama over the next few days.