Air Panama, the second-largest air carrier in Panama (after Copa Airlines), operates from its hub at Albrook “Marcos A. Gelabert” International Airport, serving over 31 destinations through scheduled and charter passenger flights. Founded in 1980 as PARSA, it has seen robust expansion even amid historical challenges such as the U.S. invasion of Panama and internal aviation competition. Currently, it plays a pivotal role in connecting various domestic and international destinations, ensuring the mobility of passengers across the region.
Air Panama provides an extensive network of flights across Panama and to select international destinations. The airline operates from its main hub in Panama City, ensuring connectivity to over 31 destinations which span both domestic locations within Panama and international spots, such as San José, Costa Rica, and Armenia, Colombia.
The airline operates a diverse fleet to cater to its numerous routes, comprising aircraft such as the Cessna 208B Grand Caravan, Fokker 50, and Piper PA-34 Seneca. Historically, Air Panama has utilized various models, like the Fokker 100 and Boeing 737-300QC, to facilitate its services, adapting its fleet according to operational demands and strategic expansions.
- IATA: 7P
- ICAO: PST
Official site: www.airpanama.com