Costa Rican Airport Has New Operator
Starting today, Houston Airport takes charge of the operation and administration of the Juan Santamaría International Airport.
Tuesday, July 21, 2009
The consortium, lead by Houston Airport, the world's sixth largest airport operator, obtained the endorsement of the Costa Rican authorities, becoming, starting today, the airport administrator and responsible for the expansion project currently on the works.
J. P. Morgan Bank revoked its $100 million financing proposal for the pending expansion projects at the Juan Santamaría Airport.
The Houston Airport System consortium will become the new airport administrator in December, replacing Alterra Partners.
Alterra, the company that operates Costa Rica's Juan Santamaría airport, said it would drop its legal claim against the authorities as part of a package that would transfer its responsibilities to a consortium headed by Houston Airport System (HAS).
This week could hold the key to the modernization of the Juan Santamaría international airport in San José, Costa Rica.
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