In the first quarter of the year, the quantity of passengers that passed through the main airport of Panama was 1,569,326.
The number of passengers in transit increased by 31.2% compared to the same period of the previous year.
Roberto González highlights in Prensa.com the comments of Orcila Vega de Constable, general manager of Tocumen, "People continue to be mobile. Executives who have their business in Latin America and investors that come to Panama move through this hub."
From November 23 to 26, 200 airport operators from Latin America and the Caribbean will meet under the following theme: "Towards an efficient and sustainable management model."
Topics related to the the airport industry, such as airport capacity, financial sustainability, regional industry perspectives, commercial management of airports, etc, will be discussed in Panama by some 200 international delegates at the 17th Annual Assembly and Commercial Exhibition of the International Council of Aiports. (ACI-LAC).
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