Panama: Air France and KLM to operate from Tocumen Airport’s Terminal 2 starting in January

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Air France and KLM will move their operations to Terminal 2 (T2) of Tocumen International Airport (Panama) from January 16, the airlines said in a statement.

As of that date, all Air France and KLM passengers must go only to T2 of Tocumen International Airport to check-in, register their luggage, go through the migration and security process and then board. All in the same terminal. Likewise, Air France and KLM passengers with destination Panama City will land at T2 where they will go through immigration, baggage claim and customs.

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With this action, Air France and KLM customers will benefit from a modern terminal with 20 boarding gates in a space of more than 1,500 square meters with the capacity to move up to 10 million passengers per year.

“We are very pleased to announce that Air France and KLM will operate in Terminal 2 of Tocumen Airport as of January 16. For Air France and KLM, Panama is a very important destination and with this step we are proud to support the expansion of the Hub of the Americas while offering our customers a better quality of service. Currently, KLM connects Panama City with Amsterdam through 6 weekly flights. Air France operates a daily flight between Panama City and Paris,” commented Antoine Cros, Air France and KLM manager for Panama, Central America and the Dominican Republic.