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FAQs - booking Panama flights

  • If I want to go to the district of Chepo, what is the best way for me to get there from the United States?

    When you plan on visiting the district of Chepo, you will first need to fly into Tocumen International Airport in Panama City. Once you have landed at PTY, you can then either rent a car or take a taxi to head to Chepo, which is approximately a 20 to 25 minutes drive away.

  • Are there direct flights from the United States to Panama?

    Those that are flying to Panama from the United States can fly directly to their destination from a variety of different cities, including Atlanta, Los Angeles, Miami, and New York. There are a few different companies that frequently service these flights, including American Airlines, COPA, and United Airlines.

  • What are the passport and visa requirements when traveling from the United States to Panama?

    For United States citizens to enter Panama, they are required to have a passport that will be valid for at least three additional months after their date of entry. They must also be in possession of a return flight back to the United States or a flight to a different destination. Tourists can only stay in Panama for up to 180 days if they do not possess a visa.

  • If I plan on renting a car in Panama, what are some of the child seat laws I need to know about?

    If you will be renting a car once your flight has landed in Panama, keep in mind that all children under the age of five are required to be in an appropriate car seat in the rear of the vehicle. The car seat must be fitted properly and appropriate for the child’s size and age.

  • If I will be travelling to Panama for the Festival de la Mejorana en Guararé, what is the best way to get there from the United States?

    When travelling to Panama for the Festival de la Mejorana en Guararé, you will need to travel to the province of Los Santos on the Azuero Peninsula where the event takes place. To do this, you can go to Alonso Valderrama Airport (CTD), which is less than a 20 minute drive from the province. You may first need to fly to Tocumen International Airport, as CTD primarily operates domestic flights.

  • If I plan on visiting Bugaba District, what is the best way for me to get there from the United States?

    If you will be spending time in the Bugaba District, you will need to fly into Enrique Malek International Airport. This airport is around a 20 to 30 minute drive from the heart of this district.

  • Which US airports fly directly to Panama?

    Several airports in the United States offer direct flights to Panama. They include San Francisco International Airport (SFO), Las Vegas International Airport (LAS), Los Angeles McCarran International Airport (LAX), Chicago O’Hare Airport (0RD), and John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK). Denver International Airport (DEN), Fort Lauderdale International Airport (FLL), Miami International Airport (MIA), Tampa International Airport (TPA), and Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD)also provide direct flights to Panama.

  • If I want to visit Panama Canal, what is the best way of getting there from the United States?

    Tocumen International Airport is the only airport in Panama with international flights from the United States. Therefore, you must take flights to the airport and proceed to Panama Canal. Once you get to Tocumen International Airport, you can fly to the nearest airport, Balboa (BLB). You can get on seven-minute taxi rides to the canal from Balboa Airport. You can also opt for a taxi or a town car ride from PTY to the canal in 25 minutes.

  • What is the best way of travelling to San Miguelito?

    Most flights from the United States only arrive at Panama City’s Tocumen International Airport. Therefore, travellers will have to arrive in Panama City first. Once you get to the airport, you can take a taxi, a shuttle, or drive to the airport. A taxi takes about ten minutes to get to San Miguelito. Alternatively, you can take shuttles to Metro mall Mall within fifteen minutes. You can also rent a car and drive within ten minutes. Finally, you can take a town car from the airport to the city in 11 minutes.

  • Which driving laws do I need to know before renting a car in a Panama airport?

    When driving in Panama, always carry your passport, your country’s driver's license, and an International Driver’s permit. If you encounter the Panama Police when driving, they will ask for these documents. Driving is done on the right side of the road, and the driver and passengers must wear seatbelts in the front. Alos, children under five must be seated in a particular car seat in the rear. Distracted driving is prohibited.

  • What are my options if I’m flying from the East Central Region of USA?

    When coming from the East Central Region, the suitable airport would be Chicago's O'Hare International Airport (ORD). It provides direct one-stop and two-stop flights to Panama. Copa Airlines offers direct flights to Panama. However, Delta, American, and United Airlines offer one-stop flights to Panama.

  • How long is the flight to Panama?

    An average nonstop flight from the United States to Panama takes 7h 21m, covering a distance of 2260 miles. The most popular route is New York - Panama City with an average flight time of 4h 51m.

  • What is the cheapest flight to Panama?

    The cheapest ticket to Panama from the United States found in the last 72 hours was $116 one-way, and $280 round-trip. The most popular route is New York John F Kennedy Intl to Panama City Tocumen Intl and the cheapest round-trip airline ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was $415.

  • Which airlines fly to Panama?

    Copa Airlines, United Airlines & EVA Air fly the most frequently from the United States to Panama.

  • What are the most popular destinations in Panama?

    Based on KAYAK flight searches, the most popular destination is Panama City (99% of total searches to Panama). The next most popular destinations are David (0.8%) and Bocas del Toro (0.0%).

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Top tips for finding cheap flights to Panama

  • Enter your preferred departure airport and travel dates into the search form above to unlock the latest Panama flight deals.
  • One destination that is particularly popular for those travelling from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is Tocumen International Airport (PTY). You can usually find flights that only require two layovers for this route and they are often operated by companies such as American and COPA Airlines.
  • If you plan on visiting Santiago, known for being the capital of the province of Veraguas, you will want to plan on flying into Ruben Cantu Airport (SYP), which is located less than a 10min drive from the city center. It mainly services domestic flights, so you will likely need to have a layover at Tocumen International Airport before arriving at your destination.
  • Travellers that are planning on going to Panama for Fiestas Patrias, a famous annual celebration that is in honor of the country’s separation from Colombia in 1903, will want to fly into Tocumen International Airport. This event typically takes place in downtown Panama City, which is around a 20 minute drive from the airport.
  • Those that will be spending time in the city of David, which is the capital of the Chiriquí Province, will often find it convenient to fly into Enrique Malek International Airport (DAV). This transportation hub serves the city of David and is one of the largest airports in the country.
  • To visit Colón, a vibrant town that is the capital of Colón Province, you will want to fly to Enrique Adolfo Jiménez International Airport (ONX). This airport is conveniently located directly in the city, but primarily services domestic flights, so you may need to travel there from Tocumen International Airport.
  • Individuals that are heading to Panama from the southeast part of the United States will often fly out of Miami International Airport (MIA). You can often find many non-stop flights between these two destinations, with them frequently being serviced by airlines such as American, COPA, and Spirit. For those futher north should consider taking flights to Panama from Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson International Airport (ATL). Even though the airport does not have direct flights, you can take advantage of the one-stop flights by American, United, and Delta Airlines.
  • Travellers coming from the East Coast area of the United States of America can take flights from John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK). JFK provides direct flights to PTY. American Airlines and Delta Airlines offer one-stop flights to Panama. Alternatively try Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR). From both of these travel hubs, you can often find direct flights that are serviced by companies like COPA and United Airlines.
  • Travelers in United States’ capital can take flights from Washington’s Dulles International Airport (IAD). It provides direct flights by Copa Airlines to Panama. Alternatively, you can get on one-stop flights by Delta, Avianca, United, and American Airlines.
  • When coming from the North Texas parts of the United States, consider taking your flight from Dallas. Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) provides flights to Panama. Delta Airlines and American Airlines provide one-stop flights on the route. United and Delta Airlines also have one-stop flights to Panama. They have layovers in Miami, Houston, or Atlanta. Alternatively try taking flights from Houston. George Bush Intercontinental Airport provides flights to Panama. United and Copa Airlines provide direct flights from IAH to Panama. In addition, Delta and American Airlines offer one-stop flights on the route.
  • When taking flights from the Northwestern region of the United States, consider taking your flight from Seattle Tacoma International Airport (SEA). Alaska Airlines and Copa provide one-stop flights from SEA to Panama. They have layovers in Los Angeles. American Airlines also offers one-stop flights with a layover in Miami.
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Top 5 airlines flying to Panama

Need help choosing which airline to fly with from the United States to Panama? KAYAK airline reviews give an overall score for each airline based on loads of factors, including comfort, boarding, in-flight entertainment and more, to make your decision easier. See airline scores according to verified KAYAK customer reviews.
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My flight consistently said it was on time and the plane didn’t arrive until after 30 minutes after take off and nothing was announced to passengers

2.0 MediocreHannah, Jul 2024PHL - MSP
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My flight consistently said it was on time and the plane didn’t arrive until after 30 minutes after take off and nothing was announced to passengers

The flight was canceled two hours before departure, it took over five hours to rebook us on another flight.

First, the flight was schedule to leave at 12:08. Delayed to 12:38. It is 12:58 and I am sitting at the gate. The staff are not communicating with us (just tell me it’s gonna be five hours if that’s the case, quit hufflepuffing around like you’re trying to board us when the plane isn’t even here and you don’t know where your crew are. I’m still waiting for any communication about the further delay. This is a rebooked flight from a cancelled flight yesterday, when the airline failed to fulfill its fiduciary responsibility to hotel and cover transport for overnight cancelations. Asking about the food on the flight? What food?!? Delta doesn’t serve meals unless you pay for them and you really want me to give delta a high rating for passing out processed snacks (fun size!)? Can we be for real. Delta is cementing itself in history as one of the cheap, stingy, outdated, glory days are over airlines, and it shows. I took this flight knowing delta was going to provide below level service but this is beyond burgers!! I can’t believe a multi billion or dollar company looked straight in my eyes yesterday and I told me this wasn’t their fault and there for the extra cost in hotel and hundreds of dollars in Ubers are MY RESPONSIBILITY. The only thing I am at fault for is believing delta is reputable company worthy of my dollars. I’m not even sure I want to be compensated unless it is cash because I would rather die never traveling again than to put money in their pockets.

The flight was great. The crew were a little terse about the size of my bag. It fit fine.

I know it was not in Deltas fault. But numerous delays and cancelations. I requested a hotel voucher and was told they weren't available. The lady on my hotel shuttle did receive one from American. Why the difference?

Flight was delayed. Had to get rebooked. Diamond medallion but stuck in a crappy seat. Rebooked flight then got delayed again. Then when we finally boarded, we waited another hour for a new crew. Then landed in JFK and sat for another 40 minutes waiting for a crew to come to the gate to be able to deplane. Hot mess all around, which unfortunately is becoming the norm for Delta

It was terrible! Two hour delays, poor in flight service, made us check our carry on even though there was plenty of overhead storage

Terrible flight Delayed for over an hour without a reason Told all over head storage was full. It was not. Made to check our bags. What a terrible experience. Fly American.

Older plane and it came with Fleas and flea bites!

My seat was moved closer to the front of the cabin since I had requested wheelchair assistance to the gate.

Copa delayed the fight three times. We ended up flying about 24 hours after the original time.

Food was not good, no options for vegetarian or gluten free

This airline doesn’t five and dime you for everything. I do think that a checked bag should be included in every fare.

The personnel at the counter was very helpful. Everything ran on time.

The seats had plenty of leg room and the staff were very nice.

Copa performed as expected for the amount of money I was willing to spend for the flight; it wasn’t exceptional but it was not bad in any way either. The crew was good; friendly and straightforward. The food was airplane food, so no expectations there and the entertainment was lacking but that was my fault for owning an IPhone with a charging port that’s not compatible with the rest of the world. I’d fly Copa again.

Very good, despite we had a delay because of some problems at the airport.

Left my bags in origin city on a business class ticket , spent about 2-3 days in the same clothes plus the flight .

Copa me elige como "voluntario" para cambiarme y poder enviar a una familia a la cual había sobrevendido los tiquetes. Finalmente me envían a las carreras con Avianca, pero Copa lleva mis maletas hasta Panama y luego las devuelve a mi aeropuerto de origen, dejandome sin mis pertenencias y además no asumen la responsabilidad ya que dicen que es problema de Avianca Literalmente vi cuando el avión de Copa se lleva mis maletas, sus funcionarios en Bogota, incluyendo la gerente local me aseguran la entrega en Miami, pero simplemente era para poder engañarme y dar el cambio de silla por sobreventa

More information is needed on travel Requirements in the check in website

There were issues with the first segment but what really bothered me overall is that you rebooked me and put me in a seat away from my wife and then put her in another booking or boarding group. I don't like having to monitor every little thing you guys do in order to get what I paid for in the first place.

See my previous comments. I was probably booked in business but was moved to economy

Delays!!! Serious delays. I was told by a member of staff in LGA that I would miss my DEN to LAX flight connection, so I was put on a later flight. Due to delays I would have been able to have made my original flight, where I was sat in business class - seat 1A: I was put on my original flight but bumped from business - 1A to economy 33C. I want a refund for paying business class but only flying economy

This flight was 2.5 hours delayed due to crew issues. This meant that we arrived after 2 AM. Very very inconvenient and we were not really kept well informed.

The new Airbus A231neo has neat tech but the economy seats are so tight together that I always had my shoulders against one passenger or the other. I was very miffed that Basic Economy REQUIRES check-in of bags other than your personal carry-on; if you want to offer low-cost airline prices and then add services for a fee, just let me carry on my duffel. Hell, I could have put my carry on IN the duffel and called it a day but the gate agent would not let me; I ended up paying $40 for the risk of losing my bag. Not the worst flight, but far from the best.

Brutal delay of 24 hours on first floight the 3 hours in Chicago . Tiny seats , screaming child behind me kicking the seat … couldn’t be worse

No water on the toilets, dirty sits. 4 hours delayed departure.

Horrible! I paid for a straight flight from Chicago to London. A week before trip it changed and now I had a connecting flight. Our flight was delayed an hour and a half because our flight crew was still flying in from CA. Forty passengers ran from one plane to the next. The next United Airlines flight was delayed two to three hours because of mechanical difficulties. They had to ready another plane which took time. I missed my scheduled excursion in London. 😢

Boarding was efficient. Crew was not pleasant and skipped me during a round of beverage service. Older plane with no seat back screens and I couldn’t connect to wifi or their entertainment offerings.

Lufthansa placed a 300 lb passenger in the aisle seat and I was stuck in the middle leaning sideways with no arm rest or ability to sit up straight and fully use my seat (due to encroachment-the seats are very narrow) the entire flight.

The food was horrible compared to other airlines, there was no space for the overhead bins for carry-on luggage, and the seats were very uncomfortable.

The flight was quick which gave me more time to get to my other flight.

16 Hours delayed, NOT because of the cybersecurity Microsoft issue, but because we were one flight attendant short, then when the missing flight attendant showed up two hours later, the flying shift of our pilot had expired, so, now no pilot. American Airlines is the new Spirit Airlines, actually, that is not fair for Spirit, they are probably better.

Worst flight in terms of service and food. Attendants were inexperienced, no preflight drinks, did come and give us hot towels until well into the flight. The left the Curtin open between main cabin and everyone from the main cabin went to the fist class bathroom. Food was awful! Had the golden chicken and was too lemony and inedible. No offer of coffee after. Awful!

Excellent. Attendants served preflight drinks and were courteous and nice.

It was great! It’s been awhile since I’ve flown American but this most recent experience reminded me how much I enjoy flying American. Organized. Informative. Efficient. Friendly. Can’t ask for much more, except my luggage got dinged up a bit. But that could have been the airport.

Terrible. We had about a 3 hours delay which led to us missing our connecting.

Do not rebook people without asking .. threw the whole return trip off

Great flight. The captain did a great job of minimizing some minor turbulence and in general it was a smooth flight. Early departure and early arrival at destination. Great service.

It was the worst experience ever. Cabin temperature cold, for which they did not have any blankets upon my asking. We paid $125 extra for each passenger to get extra space sits; the sits were ridiculously small, tight, and uncomfortable! The flight attendant dropped ice on me and my sister! All in all, American Airlines deserves below zero!

Our flight from BOS - BOG was delayed 10 hours because they were waiting for a Flight attendant to fly from Miami. They lied and said they would give us food and hotel. That was a straight Lie! It never came! We were in the airport for 13 hours with Two babies. We were on the plane 7 more Hours. When we asked to get diapers from our checked luggage, Jorge in Boston told my wife she should have planned better. Meanwhile, the 10 Avianca Employees Sat there and did nothing for 13 hours. Yes, we planned for 10 hours with the wait and the flight, not 20 hours JORGE! If this was an American company we would have got a refund! But they are not up to American standards. The kicker is they apparently needed the 3rd stewardess to serve the food. Guess what? It was 4AM when they tried to serve the FOOD! Everybody was asleep by then! Ridiculous! Never Again!

My fly was cancelled so i run to the airport and fight for my fly Thank god at the end was good

Terrible. Flight was delayed without explanation, airplane was in poor condition (old, dirty) and crew was not in a good mood.

Definitely my worst experience. We booked a flight JFK - Cartagena with a layover at Bogota. My partner and I were on time for the boarding at 10:55pm. We were about to enter in the plane, literally, when one of the officer from the airline Avianca, took the passport of my partner to apparently « looked at his luggage reservation ». It made no sense, first the luggage was under my name, and then we went through all the controls at the airport. The person went back to the gate inside the airport, I followed my partner. The employees from the airline were rude and disrespectful. They were not explaining us what’s was going on. After 5 minutes of silence treatment. They told us that my partner was intoxicated (it was absolutely not true, they never conducted tests btw) and he couldn’t board in the plane and he will take the next one. They didn’t late us coordinated the trip, and not even let us say goodbye to each other. I was forced to take the plane to bogota and my partner to stay in NYC. It was traumatic. My partner had to wait 6h in the airport (night time) and he had to pay an additional ticket even tho the employees mentioned he was going to take the next flight. We are going to file a complain. It’s unbelievable. First and last time I will ever use this airline. I do not recommend.

Ok, but these people don’t give you nothing no snack no water

No water for a 5 hour flight entertainment not working seats with little room for knees when person in front of me reclined kept bumping my knees.

I don't think anyone actually reads these comments, so I won't spend much time on this submission. If you want to talk, you know how to reach me. The D/FW manager of Avianca (self-identified), Juan Calderon, insisted I buy an onward ticket from San Salvador even though I have diplomatic status in El Salvador and live here. It cost me $1,393 and Mr Calderon would not let me make the ticked flexible so I could get a refund. He went out of his way to be rude to me. He gave me seat 32K -- windowless window seat in the last row and did not offer to let me upgrade even though there were plenty of seats. I have flown well over a million miles in my life and this is the worst experience I have ever had. I would like a refund on the ticket I was forced to buy. Just awful!

This is the Spirit of Latino travel. And don’t even get me started on customer service.

Awful. I checked in online and there was no option to pay for baggage, at the airport when I checked in my baggage was received and Iwas not charged. When I got to LA during the boarding process I was told I didn't pay for baggage, the crew resolved I was let in the plane. When I got to my final destination my baggage was not there. It took me two days to receive my baggage. Bad service ever!

There was no food or drink service, couldn’t even get a glass of water for free. It was a long and expensive flight to not offer food or beverage on the plane.

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