Trip Aéreo and Flytrip, invite you to discover the Pacific Riviera

April 4, 2023

Inaugural flight at Chame Aerodrome

Trip Aéreo in alliance with Flytrip connects with this sun and sea destination, which has a first class hotel infrastructure, recreational activities and good gastronomy.

Trip Aéreo Panama presented its new destination, the Pacific Riviera, the beach corridor located between Punta Chame, Panama West province, to Farallón beach, in Río Hato, Coclé province.

The journey, which by road takes from one to two and a half hours from Panama City, is reduced to 17 minutes with Flytrip, explained Jaime Fernández R, director of the charter airline, during the inauguration of the new route.

The flights leave from the Tocumen International Airport or the Marcos A. Gelabert Airport, as the client prefers (the airline operates in both air terminals) and arrive at the Chame Airport. Flytrip is Pet Friendly, pets travel at no additional cost. For the Easter season, it offers flights departing from Panama City on Thursday, April 6 and returning on Sunday, April 9.

Jaime Fernández R., director of Flytrip and Trip Aéreo, recalled that the Pacific Riviera is one of the eight priority tourist poles that are developed under the concept of "sun and beach plus", in the Master Plan for Sustainable Tourism 2020-2025 ( PMTS), with the collaboration of the Panama Tourism Authority (ATP) and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).

Trip Aéreo Panamá, in alliance with Flytrip, develops and promotes the travel business in a sustainable and responsible manner, maintaining high standards of safety and comfort for its clients. The headquarters of Trip Aéreo Panama is located in the terminal of the Marcos A. Gelabert Airport, Albrook, office No. 3, in Panama City.

Sun, beach and much more

The Pacific Riviera is made up of a set of beaches with crystalline waters and white sand, located along the Panamanian Pacific coast, among which are Playa Malibú, Gorgona, Buenaventura, La Ensenada, Farallón, Santa Clara and Playa Blanca. , among other.

The corridor has a first class hotel infrastructure with golf courses and varied gastronomy. The beaches are ideal for resting and practicing water sports such as snorkeling, surfing, diving, kayaking, walks in the forest, and fishing, among other activities.

The ends of the Pacific Riviera, Chame and Coclé, also have other exotic destinations, such as the Cajones de Chame (a rock formation with beautiful natural pools); the Las Lajas stream, with impressive waterfalls and the Anton Valley, in Coclé, with its cloud forest and varied ecosystem, located 600 meters above sea level.