Tocumen International Airport (PTY)

(Aeropuerto Internacional de Tocumen)
Av. Domingo Díaz, Tocumen, Panamá, Panama
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    • 24 Hours
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    Costas L.
    "Amazingly beautiful approach to Panama City."(14 Tips)
    Juan D.
    "Duty free is quiet cheap, specially on alcohol and cigarettes."(23 Tips)
    Maria Elena d.
    "Free WiFi and the best cocktails, the service is the best!"(51 Tips)
    Johan S.
    "... and possibly even 24: 'copa club', 'tocumenfree' and 'free public wifi'"(5 Tips)
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  • Costas L.
    Amazingly beautiful approach to Panama City. However, someone needs to urgently speak to Latin Americans about wireless internet connections, their importance & need for them to work and be reliable.
    Costas Lazarides · December 6, 2012
  • Bruno R.
    If you will stay for long time, go downstairs and will find a free transfer to Metromall every 30 min. There you can eat better and expend some time, they have some outlet stores and tourist discounts
    Bruno Rampazzi · November 8, 2010
  • Niklas W.
    The new metro bus makes it a lot cheaper to get to the airport (even though the path is still kinda weird). Pay 25 centavos rather than 25$ on a taxi. Handy for backpackers, you do need the card tho
    Niklas Weins · September 28, 2012
  • Edward B.
    There is a lot of duty free shopping but not a single place to buy a book or magazine (in any language). Only places to eat are Subway and an pricey cafeteria. be prepared if you have a long layover
    Edward Bohan · March 25, 2010
  • Paul B.
    The new food court is nice, but if you just want a coffee and sandwich you have to stand in line and watch a quite disorganized crew messup. Abajoi el foodcourt, vive Tierra Firme . Mas autentico
    Paul Bode · June 17, 2011
  • Alfonso C.
    When you come out to take a taxi to Panama City, please double check with the driver. The fare should not be more than $40 (example Uber fare is $35, from Panama to the airport. Don't let them cheat!
    Alfonso Castillo · August 8, 2014
  • Xosé C.
    Complete (fast) food court on second floor. Not really well indicated. I think there are just three restrooms in the whole airport (!!). No bookstores or papers/magazines as far as I could see.
    Xosé Castro · September 23, 2013
  • Sasho A.
    Probably worst airport I've been to. Not because it is poor, it has very fancy/expensive shops. All the staff is bad, exchange rates are insane and there is no place for luggage. no trolleys to move.
    Sasho Andrijeski · August 3, 2015
  • P Alejandro T.
    Advise: log in first with your PC. Two hours later with your phone. At gate 4 you can reach wifi network called MolasNorte password: 12345678. There are better deals with electronic devices on Amazon
    P Alejandro Tovar · August 8, 2014
  • Paul B.
    If you thought a croissant was a nice light start of the day, don't try the one of the naturally fast (normally slow) on the 1st floor foodcourt, old and solid as a brick..
    Paul Bode · March 4, 2012
  • Mo K.
    They pull the ol' security swindle here. You must pass through the normal security line, then again at the gate. You won't be able to board the plane with that water you just purchased at the airport.
    Mo K · January 5, 2015
  • Christian I.
    Never leave anything to chance when it comes to duty free. 1. They dont have it (videogame consoles) 2. Everything os far more expensive than the mall. Iphones average nearly 800 usd!!
    Christian Ingle · February 21, 2014
  • Gabriel D.
    Mola's Bar (2 locaciones at both ends is a great option to have a drink and snack before your flight! Free WiFi and the best cocktails, the service is the best!
    Gabriel De Obarrio · January 13, 2012
  • Janek R.
    4 bus: exit to the right, follow the road, until you see a little path with a roof over it, at the there is a roundabout. Bus sign: coredur sur, albrook, fare 1,50$ ask someone and give him cash. :)
    Janek Rubeš · September 16, 2014
  • Sara V.
    I will never fly through here from the US to Ecuador ever again!! Security is awful, rude, & the staff in general through COPA is an absolute joke. I will take the circus that is Miami any day b4 this
    Sara Vargas · October 3, 2013
  • Amauri L.
    There are several stores and it is a tax free area but hold on your impulses, connect on the free airport Wi-Fi and check eBay before each deal, you will notice that most of them will not worth it.
    Amauri Lucinio · July 1, 2014
  • Netta M.
    Don’t turn up thirsty after 11PM. Everything is closed, there are no vending machines, but there is 1 water fountain near terminal 26 if you're into trekking and all that.
    Netta Marshall · December 28, 2014
  • Ezequiel G.
    Duty free not worth it at all. Prices are the same everywhere in the airport so don't bother asking around for the same product. Wifi unreliable in some parts, but still free
    Ezequiel Gleichgerrcht · January 8, 2014
  • Robert F.
    No duty-free cigarettes, no smoking booth and leave your lighter at home, it will be confiscated. Make sure to take the stairs/escalator up for decent WiFi
    Robert F · April 20, 2013
  • Juan D.
    WiFi sucks most of the time. The only two american chain food places are Dunkin Donuts and Subway. Duty free is quiet cheap, specially on alcohol and cigarettes.
    Juan Diez · November 22, 2010
  • Tricia S.
    You have to go through security twice. The second security by the gate will not let you take liquids on the plane, even that you bought it in the airport.
    Tricia Simpson · July 18, 2014
  • Maria Elena d.
    Mola's Bar is a great option to have a drink and snack before your flight! Free WiFi and the best cocktails, the service is the best!
    Maria Elena de Obarrio · July 18, 2011
  • Bruno C.
    Getting messier by the day. Too crowded, too narrow and too small. You can find overpriced games and electronics, but getting something to eat is a challenge.
    Bruno Cardoso · April 1, 2013
  • Ari G.
    Duty free very expensive but in Alcohol and Cigarettes, if you want to buy electronics go to Panafoto in the city. Clothes, jewelry, etc is very expensive.
    Ari Gtz · October 7, 2013
  • Jet Airways
    The Panama Canal is truly a fascinating place to visit. It is over 80 km long, connects the Atlantic and the Pacific. The Tocumen airport is roughly 30 minutes to the canal
    Jet Airways · September 7, 2015
  • Bruno R.
    The stores, also with same names have different prices from one to another, sometimes are small differences but if you have time it's good to check.
    Bruno Rampazzi · November 8, 2010
  • Torsten
    1. Don't trust the departure screens. They often don't update. 2. You have to pay an airport exit tax - usually NOT included in your flight ticket. Actually it is USD 42.
    Torsten · May 5, 2014
  • José N.
    Free wireless if you log on to Tocumenfree. Tons of stores, tons of crap. One bookstore in sight but no newspapers. From anywhere.
    José Netto · September 23, 2012
  • Forest F.
    High end stores everywhere.. Like if you forgot your Rolex or need some $200 leather shoes, or even an iPad. Couldn't find much to eat though, they forgot the restaurants.
    Forest F · December 29, 2012
  • Yan2
    Free wifi for 2 hours. SIM card with data can be purchased from vending machine. Tourist card to Cuba from Copa check in counter.
    Yan2 · November 26, 2014
  • Rodwell B.
    On your way out, use the immigration line to your right (if you're standing towards the staircase) that one usually move faster.
    Rodwell Braddick · April 17, 2012
  • A B.
    For clueless people who do not eget the free wifi, you must log via web into the homepage and sign-in with your email address.
    A B · April 24, 2014
  • Fabio O.
    Free wi-fi only on certain spots, other than that you have to pay $5 for 2 hours or $10 for 6 hours which is not too bad
    Fabio Okubo · December 12, 2011
  • Toshie
    Whoever said there's a great food court eats horrible fast food... Good luck trying to find something good and not loaded with calories
    Toshie · February 11
  • Michael V.
    officially, my least favorite airport. They have you go through security AGAIN at the gate, and have all the same rules... Even if you buy food and water IN THE FREAKING AIRPORT.
    Michael Volosen · March 8, 2014
  • Pedro S.
    Free wifi! Unfortunately its too unstable. Best spot: between gates 21-22. Comfy airport, lacking more eating options though.
    Pedro Salomao · August 24, 2012
  • Ryan G.
    You're going to go through security. Then before you get on the plane you are going to have you carry on searched, your shoes taken off, and get patted down again. Be cool and get it over with.
    Ryan Grassley · October 28, 2012
  • Gabriel H.
    If you are looking for restaurants or bars, go to the food court on he 2nd floor. Can walk up by Gate 23.
    Gabriel Hayes · February 21
  • Manfred K.
    The new wing, very nice and convenient, the old one a pit. Housekeeping went on vacation and never came back...
    Manfred Kissling · February 15, 2014
  • Joseph S.
    You can't bring water you JUST bought in the terminal for $7usd past the gates and on your plane! WTF... Panama's bad first impression.
    Joseph Santoro · March 17, 2014
  • Freddy V.
    The airport is nice and there is free Wi-Fi. It is a shame the Internet connection is slow and fails frequently.
    Freddy Vanegas · November 10, 2015
  • Vanessa D.
    The restaurant selections are almost non-existant and some disgusting. Equivalent to eating dinner at a 7eleven. Eat before you arrive.
    Vanessa Donley · April 9, 2012
  • Chris F.
    There is a food court on the second floor near the middle of the airport. The escalator, stairs, and elevator are all near gates 22-23.
    Chris Fontenot · October 18, 2011
  • Ivonne A.
    Once you give the first step into Tocumen you're graced with frowned faces and indifference. Horrible. I wouldn't recommend staying there much longer than you need.
    Ivonne A. · March 13
  • Mo K.
    The food selection is limited and very expensive at this airport. Plan ahead and bring food with you to the airport.
    Mo K · January 5, 2015
  • Jean Carlos V.
    The new food court it's amazing! You should go up stairs and get some food. It's close to Gate 23
    Jean Carlos Vasquez · August 10, 2011
  • Jaime S.
    99% of the time, your bag will not arrive on the carrousel listed on screens, so look around and ask.
    Jaime S · October 14, 2013
  • Javier T.
    Really awful airport. Air conditioning is broken in at least 6 different gates in every time I have been in transit. Suddenly changed the boarding gate 3 times in less than1 hour!!!
    Javier Tuiran · June 26, 2015
  • razz c.
    Get the VIP service. They greet you at the gate, expediite customs, pick up your bags and bring them to you while you wait in the VIP lounge
    razz cortes-maceda · October 19, 2010
  • The Pinheads
    There is a bank just out of the door for your money exchange needs. Duty free shops are definitely a good way to kill time during a layover.
    The Pinheads · August 16, 2011

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