The nonstop flight will take approximately four hours and a half. AeroSur will use a Boeing 737 with capacity for 126 passengers and have three frequencies per week (including Monday, Wednesday and Friday). All flights will feature business class and the ticket cost starts at $700.00.
AeroSur Commercial Manager, Hugo Díaz, said they chose Panama as a new destination due to the economic development in the country and the hub of the Americas, which operates the Tocumen International airport. Since Bolivia is a landlocked country, Panama represents an attractive destination for Bolivians, as it has beautiful beaches and complex shopping centers as well as cruise ship itineraries departing directly from Panama.