Welcome to Toussaint Louverture International Airport (PAP) We are located north-east of the capital, Port-au-Prince, it is the main airport of Haiti. It is connected by direct flight to several regular destinations in the United States, Canada and internationally. In 2003, it was renamed, in honor of the national hero Toussaint Louverture.
Passenger Traffic: Passenger traffic at the Port-au-Prince airport consists mainly of international passengers. In 2012, the international airport Toussaint Louverture welcomed 1,341,833 domestic and international passengers. In 2012, international traffic totaled 1,255,474 passengers, divided between scheduled international flights, non-scheduled international flights (also called charters) and international flights operated by aircraft with fewer than 20 seats operating at the General Aviation.
The most served and frequented destinations remain the cities of the United States of America, especially those of the state of Florida and the region of New York where a strong Haitian diaspora is established. Montreal, Pointe-a-Pitre, Paris and Panama City, served by: American Airlines, Air France, Insel Air, Air Canada and Air Transat. Fort Lauderdale is serviced by American Airlines, Jet Blue and Spirit. While American Airlines, Jet Blue and Delta provide the link between Port-au-Prince and New York JFK and United does so from Newark. Thus the above airlines are the main carriers present in Port-au-Prince followed by the French airlines: Air France and Air Caraïbes.
Home and information: The airport recommends that domestic passengers arrive at the airport at least two hours before the scheduled departure time (check with your airline). Upon arrival, go immediately to the Departures level (from the landing stage, use your airline’s front door). If you need assistance, do not hesitate to call a customer service representative at one of the information desks at Toussaint Louverture Airport.
Initially, the passenger must apply the instructions given by the airline which requires any traveler to report to the airport two hours before the departure of the flight
Immigration: The Immigration Department ensures the control of persons wishing to enter and leave the Haitian territory. The service is available from the first flight to the last flight of the day. Immigration controls on passengers are carried out during the passage of passengers on departure and arrival.
Once you arrive in a restricted area, you have the opportunity to take advantage of the commercial services available or to settle comfortably in the room adjoining your gate. Wait for the boarding of your flight. A final check will be carried out by your airline at the time of embarkation. Have your boarding pass and passport in hand before boarding the aircraft. Have A Good flight! .
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