Flights To Panama City

Flights to Panama City, Panama

Panama City is served by 2 international airports, Tocumen International Airport and Albrook International Airport (also known as Marcos A. Gelabert Airport). Tocumen International Airport is the largest and busiest air facility in Panama and serves as the main international gateway into the country. Albrook International Airport, on the other hand, is a secondary airport and is used mainly for domestic flights as well as regional flights within South America.

  • Tocumen International Airport is located about 20 kilometres from the heart of Panama City. A taxi ride to the city should cost around USD 20-30 (SGD 28-42) and take about 30 minutes.
  • Situated only around 1.5 kilometres from central Panama City, getting from the airport to the city is much easier from Albrook International Airport. A taxi ride should take only about 10 minutes, and cost about USD 5-10 (SGD 7-14).

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Best Time to Visit Panama City

Panama City enjoys warm tropical weather all year round, making it a good holiday destination no matter when you want to visit. Those intending to visit Panama City Beach for some sun, however, may want to avoid the peak tourist seasons - the first occurs in March when college students flock there in swarms for spring break, and the second in the summer months of July and August.

Things to do in Panama City

If in Panama City don’t miss a visit to the Panama Canal, the country’s most famous creation. A man-made marvel key to both the country’s economic growth and tourism, the Panama Canal is widely considered one of mankind’s greatest engineering constructions. A decade-long project, the Panama Canal cuts through the country’s isthmus and through the Caribbean Sea so both cruise and cargo ships can enjoy a significantly shorter journey as they travel from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic. The Canal today generates a significant percentage of the country’s income from toll revenues and has also become a key tourist attraction in the region.

Head over to the Miraflores Lock Museum in Panama City to watch ships get processed through a complicated series of locks, some of which involve lifting whole ships into a man-made lake.

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