Works at Salvadoran Airport Begin

The refurbishment of the terrace of El Salvador International Airport marks the beginning of an expansion process for the entire terminal.

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

The Autonomous Executive Port Commission (CEPA) will begin the refurbishment of the terrace during the first quarter of this year.

"CEPA hopes to make the place more attractive by building seven shops, set benches for visitors and cover the ceiling with a glass material which allows sighting of aircrafts,” informed Elmundo.com.sv.

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Comalapa Airport Expansion Prolonged

May 2012

The Autonomous Executive Port Commission will update the project from its conceptual phase, estimating that it will become concrete under the next government.

The expansion of the El Salvador International Airport in Comalapa will not take place during the period of this government, which has two years left in office, admitted the President of the Autonomous Executive Port Commission (CEPA), Alberto Arene.

Salvadoran Airport Modernization Starts

December 2011

Several projects to improve the operations of the El Salvador International Airport will start next year, totalling an investment of $40 million.

Following recommendations by the Civil Aviation Organization, the first step will be the modernization of systems and infrastructure improvements followed by a second stage of expansion works.

Salvadoran Airport Unveils Expansion Plan

September 2010

The enlargement of El Salvador International Airport will be conducted in two phases.

By the end of the year the first phase schedule will be ready, which includes small changes in the exits and check-in area.

"In the second phase the institution will enlarge the parking area and will duplicate its capacity for handling travelers.

El Salvador Analyzes Issuing Debt to Expand Airport

January 2010

Officials are considering issuing bonds or taking loans to finance the expansion of AIES International Airport.

Guillermo López Suárez, president of CEPA, the Airports Authority, explained they need $25 million to fund the expansion, and that they must study priorities, as this transaction would increase the country's level of debt.

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