The Government of Panama extended once again the suspension of international flights, this time for a period of 19 calendar days.
Resolution 150 of the Civil Aeronautical Authority established that the term will be counted from 11:59 pm on September 22.
As of October 12, international aviation is reactivated.
To travel, the passengers must present the swab test certificate to the airline, a maximum of 96 hours prior to boarding. In addition, they must comply with the biosecurity measures established by the Ministry of Health.
Days after registering the first case of COVID
-19 in Panama, the authorities ordered the suspension of arrivals and departures of international flights "for reasons of public health", allowing only flights to transport cargo, products and medical equipment and supplies, as well as humanitarian flights.
Last August, the Tocumen International Airport enabled a Controlled Operations Center for the interconnection of international commercial aviation.