Port-au-Prince - Toussaint Louverture International Airport PAP
is Haiti's primary Airport, located in the village of Tabarre, near the town of Croix-des-Bouquets, and 13 km northeast of the capital city of Port-au-Prince. PAP is accessible via the RN 3 highway.
With a very long runway, and 1.5M passengers in 2014, Port-au-Prince Airport is served by a growing number of international airlines offering direct & connecting flights to all points of the globe.
Airline service has considerably increased and flights are available from/to the US, Canada, and other foreign destinations. - including flights from/to: Montreal, New York, Fort Lauderdale, Miami & Atlanta, and from Paris, Santiago, Panama City, Antigua, Saint Kitts, Saint Maarten, Point a Pitre & Turk & Caicos Islands.
The International Main Terminal has two levels - check-in counters, immigration facilities & gates are on the lower level., while lounges and retail stores are on the upper level.
The Domestic Terminal 'Guy Malary' completed its renovations in April 2015 with a capacity of 100 passengers at peak hours, for a flow of up to 1,200 passenger a day. 14 new gates and the new ATC tower were added thereafter.
The Airport is served by National Bus Route 1.