$400 Million Airport-City in Panama

The project includes the construction of a hotel, conference center and a hospital in the region of the capital's international airport, Tocumen.

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

The 300 hectare construction site was purchased by the Tocumen Airport Administration from the University of Panama for $109 million.

"Juan Carlos Pino, general manager of the airport terminal, commented that the concept will be developed by the government with construction zone concessions granted to the private sector, the aim being to sell the rights to premises and generate a new source of income for the airport, similar to the way the duty free works currently," reports Prensa.com.

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Tender for South Terminal at Tocumen

January 2012

The airport structure will cost about $400 million and be 50,000 m2 announced Panamanian authorities.

The manager of Tocumen, SA (administrator of the international airport), Juan Carlos Pino, said that the tender for the South Terminal at Tocumen International Airport, Panama will be released in March, and the works are expected to cost $400 million.

Works Finished on Panamanian Airport’s North Terminal

January 2012

With an investment of $100 million, the construction company will deliver the work between 15th and 20th January.

Juan Carlos Pino, manager of Tocumen SA, told media that the new areas will be used immediately.

"Pino explained that operations will be carried out in only two of the 12 new boarding gates and part of the operational area, where is baggage moved and aircraft re-fuelled and re-stocked with food supplies.

Panama: City Airport Master Plan to be Unveiled

February 2011

Three companies, Prointec, SGS and Naco, will turn in their proposals in the coming weeks to the administration of Tocumen Airport.

After completing updating the 2004 master plan, authorities will proceed to put out to tender the design of the new project, explained Juan Carlos Pino, manager of Tocumen SA.

Panama to Build Airport City at Tocumen

June 2010

The project seeks to turn the air terminal into a business, commerce, health tourism and logistics hub.

Panama’s government, through company Tocumen S.A., will begin by acquiring 325 hectares of land currently owned by the University of Panama for $109 million.

Juan Carlos Pino, CEO of Tocumen S.A., explained that this historic transaction will be the first step in transforming Tocumen into an airport city, which will include shopping malls, convention centers and health tourism infrastructure.

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