Serving as a gateway into Panama’s largest city, Tocumen International Airport gets service from more than a dozen airlines companies from neighboring and far away countries. Panama’s busiest airport naturally serves as a hub for the country’s national airline. Copa Airlines links Tocumen International Airport with more than 40 total destinations on several continents. Of course, this major Panamanian airline offers direct flights to important destinations in South America and Central America.
Buenos Aires, Caracas, Guatemala City, Lima, Mexico City, Montevideo, San Jose, San Salvador, and Santiago de Chile are some of the largest Spanish speaking cities in Latina America that can be reached via Copa Airlines service. Additionally, Panama’s largest airline also connects passengers to major Brazilian cities like Belo Horizonte, Brasilia, Rio de Janeiro, and Sao Paulo. Multiple Caribbean nations are also connected to Tocumen International Airport thanks to Copa Airlines. This major Panamanian carrier provides reliable non-stop service to major U.S. cities like Chicago, Las Vegas, Miami, New York, and Washington District of Columbia. The Copa Airlines North American service also reaches out to Canada’s largest city of Toronto.
During certain seasons, Air Transat is the second busiest airline at Tocumen International Airport. This Canadian carrier connects Panama City with some of Canada’s largest cities like Edmonton, Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, and Vancouver. Canjet and Sunwing Airlines are the other Canadian airlines that serve Panama’s main international airport.
Some of the biggest names from the U.S. airline business serve Tocumen International Airport. On a year round schedule, American Airlines connects Panama City with the Dallas-Fort Worth region in Texas and Miami area in Florida. Delta Airlines links Panama’s biggest city with Atlanta, the largest city in the state of Georgia. The Florida based airline Spirit Airlines offers trips to Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport, one of the main international gateways into the Miami area. United Airlines offers non-stop flights to Houston Intercontinental Airport and Newark International Airport.
Panama City is such an important destination that Tocumen International Airport is served by airlines companies from as far as Europe. Spain’s flag carrier Iberia offers year round trips to Madrid and KLM Royal Dutch operates long haul flights to Amsterdam. The German charter airline Condor Flugdienst offers service to Frankfurt.
Quite naturally, Panama’s largest airport is served by multiple airline companies from neighboring countries. The list includes Avianca, Cayman Airways, Copa Airlines Colombia, Dutch Antilles Express, Lacsa, SBA Airlines, TACA Airlines and TAME.