7 Companies Bid for Airport Terminal in Panama

Seven companies have expressed interest in construction of an airport terminal for private planes at Tocumen.

Friday, January 7, 2011

The company that wins the project will make an initial investment of $ 2 to $ 3 million.

Companies like Universal Signature, Aerosupport and Million Air of the United States have shown interest in participating in the bid, which will be held on January 15th.

"During the bidding the firms will submit two proposals, a technical proposal and an economic proposal," published Prensa.com. "The first document will be reviewed by a committee which will have 10 days to assess if it meets all requirements, while financial proposals will be deposited with Banco Nacional and will only be opened after technical documents have been assessed."

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Four Offers to Supply Jet Fuel

August 2017

Consorcio Menzies Aviation, CLH Aviación S.A., Consorcio Allied Aviatión, and Consorcio Latam and Aviation Logistics submitted bids in the tender to supply aviation fuel at Tocumen International Airport.

From a statement issued by Tocumen International Airport:

Panama, July 31, 2017.

How to Integrate the New Tocumen Terminal

June 2017

The company Egis has been selected by the airport administration to advise on the process of integrating operations at the new terminal.

Aeropuerto Internacional de Tocumen has awarded a contract via means of an international tender through the Organización de Aviación Civil Internacional (ICAO) to hire an international firm with experience in ORAT that could accompany and guide the airport in the opening process.

More Room for Airport Expansion

January 2015

Approval has been given to the design of a new maintenance hangar at the Juan Santamaria airport and the project will be started in the first half of the year.

In December the International Civil Aviation Organization approved plans and designs for the construction of a new 10,000 square meter hangar to accomodate up to 6 large aircraft. This will allow for the expansion of the main airport in Costa Rica to the east.

Tocumen Expansion Underway

June 2014

The construction of the southern terminal of the Panama City Airport is now 40% complete and its start-up is scheduled for 2016.

The work on expansion of the international airport is in line with the original international airport for the project, being run by the construction company Norberto Odebrecht.

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