247,700 passengers passed through Tocumen Airport during the first month of its reopening
A total of 247,700 passengers mobilized the Tocumen International Airport during the first month of its reopening.
According to Tocumen, SA, from October 12 to November 11, about 34,800 passengers have entered the country through that air terminal. Meanwhile, approximately 31,500 travelers have left for various destinations.
While on connecting flights, the Tocumen International Airport statistics highlight the transit of about 181,300 travelers.
In the next few days, the Venezuelan airlines Laser, Conviasa and Estelar will restart operations with flights to and from Panama, while Air Europa will resume its route to Panama in the Christmas season with two weekly flights, highlighted Tocumen, SA
Tocumen airport was closed for almost seven months for commercial flights, due to the pandemic. Only humanitarian flights were carried out.
To date, 12 companies have already reestablished their air routes to and from Panama: Copa Airlines, Air France, Wingo, Iberia, United Airlines, KLM, American Airlines, Delta, Turkish Airlines, Spirit, Aeroregional and Avianca.
Every passenger who enters the country must present a negative swab / PRC or Antigen test, 48 hours prior to boarding their flight. Those who do not have the certificate will have to take the exam at the Tocumen airport, added the entity.