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Aeropuerto de Tocumen prevé un incremento de 41% durante las fiestas patrias

Tocumen Airport foresees an increase of 41% during the national holidays

The Tocumen International Airport plans to mobilize about 30,700 passengers during national holidays.
This is a 41% increase compared to the regular average since the air terminal reopened operations, which occurred on October 12.

Through a statement, the airport authorities reported that the preliminary reports from the airlines reflect a greater departure of passengers as of October 30, in addition to November 1 and 2. Meanwhile, for the return to Panama, the largest number of passengers is expected to enter between November 7 and 9.

According to estimates, 15,800 travelers will leave through the air terminal and a total of 14,900 visitors will enter Panama, which represents an additional 12,300 passengers, with respect to the regular flow of entry and exit of the first eight days of restart of business operations.

The United States, Colombia, Mexico City, the Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Peru, Ecuador and, in Panama, the province of Chiriquí, are among the main destinations.

The airlines have recommended that travelers arrive three hours in advance, to carry out the check-in procedures, as well as the security controls and biosanitary protocols due to Covid-19.

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