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Airports in Fort Lauderdale

The city of Fort Lauderdale in Florida, US is served by two airports - Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, and Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport.

The Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport is located 3 miles away from downtown Fort Lauderdale and 21 miles away from Miami. It serves scheduled flights to several domestic and international destinations. The airport is seamlessly connected to the city through a network of courtesy shuttles, rental cars, public transportation, shared rides, taxi cabs and app-based ride-sharing companies.

Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport serves only seasonal charter flights. The airport is located five miles away from downtown Fort Lauderdale.

Explore Panama City

Panama City is the capital and largest city of Panama. Originally founded by a Spanish conquistador in 1519, the city was burnt and was later relocated at the Pacific entrance of the Panama Canal. It subsequently became the launching pad for Spanish Armada’s military offensives that devastated Inca Empire in Peru. Panama City features many world-class beaches and many top-class museums, art galleries and state parks.

Things to do in Panama City

Ancon Hill

Ancon Hill is a steep 654-foot-high hill that triplicates as a top choice for sightseeing, jogging and hiking. Atop it one gets picture-perfect views of Panama City which great views of Panama City. One also gets to see sloths, armadillos and deer here.

Panama Viejo (Old Panama)

Old Panama is home to the burnt and remaining ruins of the original Spanish Panama City founded on the Pacific coast of the Americas in 1519. It was burnt to ground by Welsh pirate Henry Morgan in 1671 and now all that remains here is the destruction that he had left behind.

Isla Taboga

Located about 20 kilometres from Panama City, Isla Taboga is a 500-year-old prime tourist spot featuring sandy beaches, jet skis, speed boats and fishing charters. History buffs can visit here for the second-oldest church of the Western Hemisphere, Iglesia de San Pedro.

Best Time to Fly to Panama City

The best time to visit Panama City is the summer dry season from mid-December to mid-April. It is the time to attend the city’s world-famous Carnaval that features parades, masquerading ball dances, and music events.

Panama City Travelers' Reviews


The city and residents was so nice and friendly. I really enjoyed the time and I'll love to try to excursions again. - Danny  Jan 15, 2022


The most amazing beautiful country, Cali Colombia. The culture, the food,night life,music,hospitality and overall its beautiful waterfall and rivers. - Amaury  Jan 11, 2022