Thursday, February 10, 2011
The redevelopment of the parking area for large aircraft is scheduled for completion in late March.
Currently, large aircraft must park at the end of the runway and from there passengers are brought in on buses to the terminal.
Aeris, administrator of the Juan Santamaria International Airport, said it seeks to reduce travel times for passengers.
Monday, April 5, 2010
A new migration building at
Airport Juan Santamaría, in Costa Rica, is expected to open its doors on May 15.
28 passport control booths will be placed in the lower level of the new building, and 20 additional airline counters will be activated on the upper level.
Monday, September 24, 2012
The Costa Rican airport operator, Aeris, will be putting out to tender in the short term three areas for selling food and one for a gift shop.
In "a matter of days", a
tender will be launched for restaurant areas measuring 66 square meters, said Maria Amalia Revelo, commercial director of Aeris, of the spaces which must be awarded no later than mid-October.
Monday, October 11, 2010
The Costa Rican airport has now capacity to handle 3 million passengers a year.
Carlos Plass, chief executive of airport operator, Aeris Holding
Costa Rica, spoke of expansion work, indicating that airline counters increased by 30% (from 58 to 78), immigration from12 seats to 28 and security check points doubled.
Monday, July 5, 2010
Five and a half years later than planned, in November the expansion of Juan Santamaría
airport will finally come to an end.
At this time the terminal will boast nine new embarkation bridges, five gates to the remote terminal and 4,920 square meters of additional boarding lounge space.
Tuesday, December 8, 2009
The operator of International
Airport Juan Santamaría changed its name to Aeris Holdings.
The announcement was made by Carlos Plass, Aeris' new executive director in a press release: "... the new partners not only wanted to, but also needed to change the former name...".
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
On April 28, the
airport will inaugurate new boarding gates and 28 migration control stations.
All in all, the new building features 1.153 square meters of space.
Adolfo Lobo is part of the overseeing entity that controls if the company in charge of the works, Aeries, complies with the contract.
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
The management company of Costa Rica’s principal international airport intends to take advantage of unused space with more restaurants and shops.
The management company Aeris is pushing plans to expand the range of food services in the airport, and is creating a
tender for the 600 square meters currently being used as a dining area.
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
$100 million of loans have been granted, paving the way for larger passenger capacity at Juan Santamaria Airport.
A press release from the Inter-American Development Bank reads:
Juan Santamaria International Airport in San Jose, Costa Rica has successfully completed a three-year restructuring process and is preparing to more than double its passenger capacity after partnering with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC).
Thursday, September 26, 2013
The airport is planning 700 square meters of new
retail space, which will include a supermarket and clothing stores.
The information was released by Rafael Mencia, CEO of Aeris, the company responsible for managing the
airport, adding that the new premises will be located in the west of the terminal.
Wednesday, July 17, 2013
The International Airport at San Jose will have added capacity to handle 260,000 passengers a year, with two new boarding gates and another 1,000 square meters in commercial spaces.
As explained Vilma Lopez, deputy director of Civil Aviation, Aeris (manager of the terminal), will be the company in charge of the enlargement process in the east of the terminal, opposite
Cooperativa Autogestionaria de Servicios Aeroindustriales (Coopesa R. L).
Thursday, October 31, 2013
The Spanish company FCC won the $34 million contract to build a 10,000 m² hangar for
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.
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
On offer in Juan Santamaria International Airport are spaces for a gift shop, an ice cream parlor and coffee shop, a fast food outlet, and spaces for ATMs.
Costa Rica, the company managing the Juan Santamaria Airport, has opened a contest for 3 commercial spaces: a gift shop, with flowers, cards and other items, an ice cream parlor and coffee shop, selling juices and the like, and a fast food restaurant. It is also providing space for the installation of ATMs.