Nicaragua Buy Seaplanes for Tourism

In the coming days it will receive the first of four seaplanes purchased to promote domestic tourism.

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

The announcement was made by the president of the National Port Enterprise (EPN), Virgilio Silva, who noted that new aircraft will cover tourist routes from the capital, Managua, to autonomous regions in Northern and Southern Caribbean.

"Silva explained that the purpose is to promote domestic tourism, Nicaragua will have in the first quarter of 2011 four planes which will help cover new tourist routes in less time and less expensive", informed

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