Panama City - Post Report Question and Answers

What is your home city/country? How long is the trip to post from there, with what connections? How easy/difficult is it to travel to this city/country?

DC. With Copa, there are direct flights daily to Dulles (twice a day, and that frequency may increase as the pandemic slowdown reverses courses). United, American, and Delta all require connecting through large airports which makes the trip much longer. - Dec 2021

DC in the US. I am no longer required to fly through MIA! I can take the direct flight to DC w/USG - Oct 2018

Augusta, GA., USA about six hours flying time. Five hours to Atlanta on a direct flight and one hour to Augusta. - Sep 2018

Miami. About 3 hours direct. - May 2017

Denver, Colorado. Most direct would be about four hours from Panama City to Houston, and then two hours from Houston to Denver. Very easy getting back to the States. - Mar 2017

Miami is about a 3-hour flight. - Oct 2015

USA. I think it's about 3 hours from Miami and also 3 hours from Houston. - Jun 2015

There is a direct COPA flight from DC to Panama City. There are also flights from Miami, Houston, Denver, and Atlanta. - May 2015

I think it's about 3 hours from Miami and also 3 hours from Houston. - Sep 2014

Porto Alegre (Brazil), straight flights with COPA, around 8 hours. - Jul 2014

Washington, D.C. - 5 hour flight if you can get the direct flight. A little more with connections. - Mar 2014

Chicago - 5 hours non-stop - Jan 2013

California - around 9-10 hours minimum with connection in Houston, Los Angeles. Flight are also available via Atlanta and Miami with Delta and American respectively. Cheap flights with sometimes very discounted rates are available via Spirit airlines. - Sep 2011

Washington, DC, about 4-hour direct flight. - Apr 2010

VA 5 hours - Dec 2009

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