Copa Holdings, the company owner of Copa Airlines and Wingo, reported a US$143.8 million net profit in the first half of 2022 (US$124.1 million for the second quarter), fueled by higher yields, a strong demand environment in the region, and healthy booking trends. ...
Last week, the Panamanian carrier Copa Airlines released its first-quarter results. Let’s take a look at them to see how the Tocumen-based operator is currently doing and what we can expect going forward. Copa Airlines results in the first quarter Copa Holdings...
Let’s look at the financial results of Copa Airlines in 2021. The Panamanian carrier was one of the few airlines worldwide to post a net profit for the full year, as it gained US$39.9 million or US$0.94 per share. Last year, the airline also reduced its fleet by...
The carriers in the Latin America region have published their latest financial results, and we have three operators that had back-to-back net profits. Nevertheless, the majority of the airlines flying south of Río Grande continue to struggle due to the impact of the...
We sent a series of questions to Pedro Heilbron, CEO of Copa Airlines in Panama. How has the pandemic impacted your airline and the markets it serves? During 2020 we had to stop flying for six months and were only able to gradually restart operations towards the end...
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