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Airports in Panama, List of Panama Airports By City

All the Major Airports in Panama are given below. To find more information about any of these airports click on the airport name. Our database have 37 Airports in Panama. Panama IATA Airport Codes and ICAO Codes are listed bellow.

Airport City, Country IATA airport code ICAO airport code
Achutupo Airport Achutupo, Panama ACU -
Ailigandi Airport Ailigandi, Panama AIL -
Bahia Pinas Airport Bahia Pinas, Panama BFQ -
Balboa Airport Balboa, Panama BLB -
Bocas Del Toro Airport Bocas Del Toro, Panama BOC MPBO
Carti Airport Carti, Panama CTE -
Changuinola Airport Changuinola, Panama CHX MPCH
Chitre Airport Chitre, Panama CTD -
Colon Airport Colon, Panama ONX MPEJ
Contadora Airport Contadora, Panama OTD -
Corazon De Jesus Airport Corazon De Jesus, Panama CZJ -
El Porvenir Airport El Porvenir, Panama PVE -
El Real Airport El Real, Panama ELE -
Enrique Malek Airport David, Panama DAV MPDA
Garachine Airport Garachine, Panama GHE -
Jaque Airport Jaque, Panama JQE MPJE
La Palma Airport La Palma, Panama PLP MPLP
Mulatupo Airport Mulatupo, Panama MPP -
Nargana Airport Nargana, Panama NGN -
Paitilla Airport Panama City, Panama PAC MPMG
Playon Chico Airport Playon Chico, Panama PYC -
Puerto Armuelles Airport Puerto Armuelles, Panama AML -
Puerto Obaldia Airport Puerto Obaldia, Panama PUE -
Rio Alzucar Airport Rio Alzucar, Panama RIZ -
Rio Sidra Airport Rio Sidra, Panama RSI -
Rio Tigre Airport Rio Tigre, Panama RIT -
Sambu Airport Sambu, Panama SAX -
San Blas Airport San Blas, Panama NBL -
San Miguel Airport San Miguel, Panama NMG -
Santa Fe Airport Santa Fe, Panama SFW -
Santiago Airport Santiago, Panama SYP -
Ticantiki Airport Ticantiki, Panama TJC -
Tocumen International Airport Panama City, Panama PTY MPTO
Tubala Airport Tubala, Panama TUW -
Tupile Airport Tupile, Panama TUE -
Ustupo Airport Ustupo, Panama UTU -
Yaviza Airport Yaviza, Panama PYV -

The IATA airport code consists of three letters and is defined by IATA (International Air Transport Association).
The ICAO airport code consists of four letters and is defined by ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization).