They feasibility study to build airport

The advantageous geographical position that Panama has opened the possibility of building a new airport passenger at the centre of the country.

Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Eustacio Fabrega, director general of Civil Aeronautics, advanced conducting a feasibility study together with the umbrella organisation of the international airlines, who concretizarán the advantages of this macroproyecto.
"This is an airport the size and type of Dallas Houston or New York, however, must be located in the heart of Panama"; he said. Fabrega noted that this was the freight service into the modern airport, which may be located in or near an area close to the terminal.

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