Costa Rica Declares Sierpe Airport of Public Interest

President Laura Chinchilla declared of public interest the construction of the international airport in the South.

Monday, October 18, 2010

Declaring the airport a “national interest” can facilitate the project´s progress. reports, "The executive order is for the first phase of the project, which includes studies and processes leading to construction, be completed in 2012, so the second stage is in advanced construction phase within two years."

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In the district of Pedasi, Los Santos, an airfield has been inaugurated which will facilitate tourist access to the area.

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Panama's New Airport to Cost $ 60 Million

March 2011

The international airport at Cocle Province, which will begin construction in 2011, will cost about $ 60 million.

Rafael Barcenas, director of Civil Aviation, explained the new terminal will be located in the Rio Hato area, in Anton.

"We have to add to the project and discuss it with the City Council, as there are many points to discuss regarding what will happen around the airport," Barcenas told

Honduras: Palmerola Air Base to Become Airport

February 2011

President Porfirio Lobo announced the upcoming habilitation of the air base in Comayagua as a commercial airport.

He added that the feasibility of the project relies on the construction of a highway linking Comayagua with Tegucigalpa.

The Honduran President also explained that the project would be developed as a public/private initiative, in which works on the airport would be done as the highway project progresses.

Panama: New International Airport Proposed

July 2009

The new $44 million terminal would be located in Río Hato, taking advantage of the runway used by the U.S. Army until 1999.

This was proposed by the ex-manager of the Air Transport Authority (AAC), Zósimo Guardia, during a meeting with the Panamanian Association of Business Executives.