Panama: New International Airport Proposed

The new $44 million terminal would be located in Río Hato, taking advantage of the runway used by the U.S. Army until 1999.

Friday, July 31, 2009

This was proposed by the ex-manager of the Air Transport Authority (AAC), Zósimo Guardia, during a meeting with the Panamanian Association of Business Executives.

"He said that by extending the length of the runway, Boeing 737 could land, as well as charter flights from Canada, which stopped landing in Panama several years ago", published newspaper La Prensa.

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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.

Panama: $25 Million for New Airport

February 2010

The Panamanian Economy Minister informed that a new air terminal will be built in the province of Chiriquí.

Minister Dulcidio de la Guardia also explained that they are preparing the bidding rules, and expect to begin the bidding process in February.

Newspaper Panamá América reported that “The state’s plans include extending the runway at airport Enrique Malek, in David”.

Rio Hato Airport for $52 million

June 2011

The Panamanian government has established reference prices and details for two tenders.

One is for the construction of the airport ($16.3 million) and the other, which has already been tendered, for access infrastructure ($ 36.2 million).

The construction of the controversial airport in the Coclé area, which will cater to 600 people, will cost more than $50 million, of which $36.2 has been allocated to the works already tendered for the repair of the runway and construction of a tunnel for the Panamerican road.

Panama to Build $100 Million Airport

April 2010

The Civil Aviation Authority (AAC) unveiled plans to build a new airport in one of the central provinces of the country.

In the press release, the authority also commented that around $40 million have been invested in the country’s airports in 2010.

The announcement was made by Rafael Bárcenas, head of the AAC, when presenting Congress a report on his first year of tenure.

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