Palmerola Airport in Honduras will cost $50 million
The commercial airport concessionaire in the country, InterAirports, confirmed its interest in converting Palmerola into an international air terminal.
Monday, December 1, 2008
This company is awaiting an answer from the government for the third proposal presented on Thursday night. The investment will range between $35 to $50 million depending on State requirements.
The Government finally reached an agreement with InterAirports to build a terminal at Palmerola, located 70 kilometers to the north of Tegucigalpa.
InterAirports authorities, Tegucigalpa airport concessionaire, announced the availability of funds for its construction.
The government has asked InterAiports to decide whether or not they will participate in the management of the airport.
In the absence of investors, the government will take over construction of the commercial airport at the military base in Palmerola.
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