Panama Canal raises booking fees

The Panama Canal Authority now raises the booking fee, making it more expensive for ships to pass through the canal. The price of several other services will be raised as well.

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The price of booking transit through the Panama Canal will now be raised, making it more expensive for ships to cross the canal, states an update from the Panama Canal Authority, which Leth Agencies has passed on to customers.

While the increase mainly pertains to the booking fee, some services will become more expensive as well.

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