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Panama Sets All Time Record for Visitors in October

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Tourists keep arriving in Panama. Recent record activity shows over 190,000 individuals entered into Panama, which represents an increase of over 22,000 people compared with October 2010.

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Panama: Increased Entry of Passengers in October

A total of 198,614 passenger entries into the country, was recorded during October 2011, reported the National Institute of Statistics and Census (INEC) of the Comptroller General of the Republic, which represents an increase of 22,848 people compared to the same period last year.

INEC’s report that 166,749 passengers detailed as visitors entered the corresponding 120,570 tourists, hikers and 34,422 11,757 cruise passengers. It also recorded an inflow of 31,865 residents, of whom 24,698 are foreigners 7167 Panamanian nationality.

The entry of these visitors and residents were given the Tocumen International Airport (142 622), through the ports of Balboa and Cristobal (376); through Paso Canoa International (14 599) for other ports (6595) and cruise ports ( 34 422). The figures shown are from the National Immigration Service and the Maritime Authority of Panama.

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