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How beautiful Panama is
from € 847*




Air France flies 5 times a week with a Boeing 777-200 to Panama City.


Air France flies you from 9 german Airports via Paris CDG to Panama City

from Paris
daily except Wednesday and Friday
- AF 474: Departure from Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 13:50 – Arrival in Panama City at 18:55*

from Panama City
daily except Wednesday and Friday
- AF 475: Departure from Panama City at 21:50 – Arrival in Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 14:00* With direct flight connections from/to Berlin, Hamburg, Bremen, Hanover, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Nuremberg and Munich
*All times are local.

Together with KLM we offer 12 weekly flights to Panama City in the winter season
Conditions:

Additional surcharge for payment with credit card of 15 €. Other payment options available at no charge. Seats are limited. Other conditions apply. Last updated: 04.12.2014


Panama, a far-away land of dreams with a smell of adventure and bananas

The author Janosch could not find a more attractive object of desire. The little bear and the tiger never went to Panama but dreamt of this paradise. Since 25th November Air France flies from 9 German airports to Panama. Pristine rain forests cover half of the country and tourism is still in its infancy. It is your chance to come close to the soul of this country. Panama is one of the pearls of Central America and is home to over 30 nature reserves, tropical islands with white sandy beaches, green mountain slopes, coffee plantations and a variety of wildlife and plant life.

People looking for that real tropical adventure should book tickets to Darien, the undiscovered territory of Panama's tropical rain forest. A journey to Panama offers a perfect blend of nature and culture. Coffee lovers will be excited by a trip to the coffee plantations of Chiriquí Highlands while bird-watchers and adrenaline fans will be pleased traveling through the lush Canal Zone with its captivating wildlife.


Panama City

The capital of Panama is located on the Pacific coast, just at the southern entrance of the Panama Canal. Many international firms and banks, exclusive shops and restaurants dominate the modern city of Panama City. But you can also admire the colonial architecture of bygone days in Casco Viejo neighborhood just a few minutes away from the modern center. The old town is a UNESCO heritage site. On a trip to the Smithsonian canopy crane in El Parque Natural Metropolitano, you can enjoy a panoramic view over the largest urban forest in the world.
At the Miraflores Locks of the Panama Canal, one can observe the huge ships as they pass through the locks and the Miraflores Visitor Center offers interesting information about the canal.


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