The new terminal in Tola, Rivas, is now receiving private flights and it has been announced that on November 14 it will begin commercial operations with Sansa and La Costeña.
The airport built by Pellas Group is part of the tourist resort at Guacalito Island, also owned by the business group, which announced plans to extend the runway to give it a a length of 2100 meters in three or four years, which will require an investment about $10 million.
It has been announced that a new air terminal will start operations in November to attract more tourists flying from Managua and from Liberia, Costa Rica.
The airport, which is part of the luxury tourist resort Guacalito Island, is a project by the same company, owned by the Pellas family. Vanessa Vivian Pellas told Elnuevodiario.com.ni that the opening will be in November, "...
Businessmen claim that the legal certainty provided by the legislation has resulted in more tourism and real estate projects in coastal areas, but there are still a lack of incentives for investment in projects in the Caribbean.
"In the eighties Ortega and his cronies harassed private capital and reaped a great economic downturn. Now they are being treated better and the country is running better."
An article by Humberto Belli Pereira in Laprensa.com.ni discusses the symbolism of the Guacalito Island project, in a country ruled by a leftist party whose members, at some point, postulated the most rancid anticapitalist concepts.
In the end it was not the Pellas Group that saved the newspaper, but Ramiro Ortiz Mayorga, an entrepreneur who has signed an agreement on funding.
The financial and economic crisis in El Nuevo Diario seems to have found a solution, at least for now. The fate that could have befallen the online newspaper opposing the Sandinista government had caused serious concern because of the imbalance that would have occurred in the media, seeing as the most interested in acquiring the paper was an economic group closely akin to the government.
Pellas Group begins construction of first phase of Guacalito Island project.
Located in the municipality of Tola, Rivas, in the Pacific coast of Nicaragua, it will stretch for some 650 hectares.
The first phase of $ 115 million includes construction of a boutique hotel with 35 rooms, the installation of basic infrastructure (power, ground water treatment, cable telephone and fiber optic), residence areas and golf course.
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