While hundreds of millions of dollars are being invested in Tocumen Airport, the Panamanian Civil Aviation Authority does not have the capacity to exercise its responsibility to carry out supervision.
The economy with the greatest air connectivity in the region does not have, according to the ICAO, the necessary resources to deal with an air crash, indicating that training for air traffic monitoring staff is insufficient.
The objective is to determine what part of the 325 hectares incorporated into the Airport will be dedicated to the City Airport project.
A Master Plan will determine which areas will be maintained as part of the administration of Tocumen Airport and which will be given in concession or sale, with a view to the development of Airport City project. The international tender will be convened by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the specifications will be published in the coming days, reported Prensa.com. The tender is scheduled for the first half of the year, and the award for the third quarter of this year.
The recovery of Category 1 status in compliance with ICAO standards enables local airlines to fly to the US.
The granting of category 1 status by the General Directorate of Civil Aviation of the United States will improve the terminal´s ability to attract investment in the civil aviation sector and other related subsectors.
Carlos Salazar, Director General of the Nicaraguan Institute of Civil Aeronautics, told Elnuevodiario.com.ni that "... the fact that Nicaragua has advanced to Category 1, gives facilities for foreign and domestic investment to come to the country. 'This will improve tourism, since this category gives confidence internationally, Nicaraguan companies will also have access to the US market in the area of civil aviation'. "
It is expected that by May 28 the winner of the tender for the maintenance of the 32 boarding terminals will be known. This project includes reviewing the electrical area of the terminal, which will allow structures to accommodate the size of aircraft.
The 2015 regulation that is being prepared by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation establishes the regulation of commercial and recreational use and provision for tuition and certifications.
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) is seeking to regulate the commercial and recreational use of drones using regulation that will have as its basis what was established by the International Civil Aviation Organization. It is expected that the official regulation will be ready by June 2015. Meanwhile, it is projected that in the coming days an operational directive will be published which will include some of the regulations for private and commercial activities.
The Spanish company FCC won the $34 million contract to build a 10,000 m² hangar for aircraft maintenance.
The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) made the award for the new hangar where the cooperative in charge of repairing and maintaining aircraft will be relocated to. The new structure will be located 150 meters from the runway of the Juan Santa Maria airport and will be ready in 18 months.
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