Direct flights between Canada and Panama have been restarted
Air Transat and Sunwing have once again included the Central American country in their offer to Canadian tourists
The Scarlett Martínez International Airport, in Río Hato, received 156 Canadian tourists this Tuesday, after the restart of operations of the Canadian airline Air Transat that operates direct tourist flights from Canada with 1 weekly flight and two weekly flights (Monday and Tuesday) to as of December 13, 2021.
For its part, the Canadian airline Sunwing announced the restart of its operations from December 17 of this year with a weekly flight and then two weekly flights (Monday and Friday) from December 20, as confirmed by the airlines a Tocumen, SA operator of the airport, located in Río Hato.
Both airlines will carry out 12 charter flights during the month of December to Scarlett Martínez airport with Canadian tourists, who will enjoy Panamanian cuisine and our beautiful white sand beaches and crystal clear waters.
Air Transat and Sunwing have once again included Panama in their offer to Canadian tourists, with all-inclusive packages in Playa Blanca hotels, with the option of enjoying other activities that will help boost the economy in the attractive towns of the central region of the country like Coclé, central provinces and Azuero.
The reactivation of these charter flights is included in the National Government's strategy aimed at the recovery of the country's economy under the leadership of President Laurentino Cortizo Cohen and his Tourism Cabinet.
The Canadian tourists were received by the general administrator of the Panama Tourism Authority (ATP), Iván Eskildsen; Jorge Aued, manager of regional airports of Tocumen; Julio Palacios, governor of the province of Coclé; Eric Domínguez, mayor of the Antón district; Ibeth Navas, representative of the town of Río Hato and representatives of the tourism sector of the province of Coclé.