Nicaragua: $ 14.7 Million for New Airport

Located in San Juan de Nicaragua, the new terminal will feature a 200 meter runway.

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Edicro SA will be responsible for overseeing the project as it has been awarded the bid.

The works include a 365 square meters office for the airport, two piers, installation of a control tower, an operations office and a fire station. states, "The Nicaraguan Institute of Tourism opened an international bid in July to choose the company which will build on this airport, but it has not been awarded yet. The bid follows the established rules set by the IDB, entitled "Policies for the acquisition of projects and goods financed by the IDB (document GN-2349-7)."

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New Airport in Panama

February 2013

In the district of Pedasi, Los Santos, an airfield has been inaugurated which will facilitate tourist access to the area.

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Residents of the district of Pedasi, Los Santos, stated yesterday that the construction of the new airport in the region will contribute to increasing the presence of tourists visiting the area for the white sand beaches and islands that are available.

An airport in Ruinas de Copán

June 2012

The financing has been assured by the Inter-American Development Bank, but the construction works that would increase the influx of international tourism by 20% are still awaiting a political decision.

IDB funds of $6.3 million, the land and the plans are all available, the only thing lacking is the political will to build it.

Panama's New Airport to Cost $ 60 Million

March 2011

The international airport at Cocle Province, which will begin construction in 2011, will cost about $ 60 million.

Rafael Barcenas, director of Civil Aviation, explained the new terminal will be located in the Rio Hato area, in Anton.

"We have to add to the project and discuss it with the City Council, as there are many points to discuss regarding what will happen around the airport," Barcenas told

Nicaragua: New International Airport in Montelimar

May 2010

The Government announced an agreement with “Grupo Barceló” to build an international airport, plus additional Spanish investment in tourism.

Bayardo Arce, Nicaraguan Presidential advisor, announced several agreements with Spanish companies and with the Spanish Chamber of Commerce.

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