Flights & Transportation

We can organize domestic flight reservations and bookings. We do not offer international flight reservations.

On the majority of domestic and chartered flights within Panama, each passenger is entitled to check in 14kg. or 30.8lbs. and 4kg. or 8.8lbs. of carry-on luggage per person. Do not pack high value, fragile or electronic items (computers, phones, cameras, camcorders, etc.) in your carry-on luggage, as those must be carried in hand luggage. Passengers are responsible for excess baggage fees which are subject to 2% of the published fare that will be charged for every kilo of baggage excess. Any further piece of baggage is accepted and subject to additional charges and available space inside the aircraft, otherwise it will be sent on the next flight.

On flights to and from David, located in the Chiriqui Province passengers are allowed to check in 30kg. or 66.1lbs. Please keep in mind this is only for flights to David, if you have other flights connecting to other destinations from David you will only be allowed to check in 14kg. free of charge. If you have any questions please contact your EcoCircuitos Panama sales representative.

We recommend you to be at the airport 3 hours before an international flight, and at least 1 hour before domestic flights. We will make sure to pick you up from your hotel on time.

If you book a full package or a domestic flight with us, airport transfers are always included. Make sure to send us your international arrival and departure information in advance! You can also book just an airport transfer.

On EcoCircuitos tours and transfers between hotels and destinations, you will usually travel in a private, air-conditioned 4×4 or minivan, unless it is specified otherwise.

EcoCircuitos tours usually include the transfer from and to the airport and all ground transportation throughout your trip. However, if you wish to extend your stay and explore Panama on your own before or after your tour, we can assist you in renting a car with the appropriate safety and insurance. Panama’s roads are generally good condition, only in remote jungle areas they might be a bit bumpy. Driving is on the right side, an international driving license is required. Click here to check out our Fly & Drive Programs.