Costa Rica: Juan Santamaría to Get New Hangar

Works have started with the movements of land to build a new aircraft maintenance hangar at the international airport in San Jose, a project valued at $39 million.

Friday, April 17, 2015

From a statement issued by the Government of Costa Rica:

New aircraft hangar to be built at Juan Santamaria Airport

Under the supervision of the Technical Council of Civil Aviation, earthworks have started for the construction of a new aircraft maintenance hangar, with corresponding workshops and other facilities that will be occupied by Coopesa, in the Juan Santamaria International Airport.

The order to start was given on March 18 and allows the company FCC Construcciones SA to carry out the works and supply equipment for the transfer of operations of Coopesa to the south-west of the airport, which will free up space to the west of the Airport so that Stakeholder Manager, Aeris, can continue with enlargements of the terminal in the fut



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Costa Rica: $20 million for Airport Expansion

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A terminal for domestic flights and a new fire station are part of the works that the administration of San Jose International Airport plans to start in November.

This project includes two ramps for aircraft waiting at the new domestic terminal and a fire station in in the southern sector, and it is expected that construction will start in November this year.The investment for these two works to be carried out simultaneously amounts to $20 million and is expected to be completed during 2016.

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.

Boarding Gates Added to Juan Santamaria Airport  

July 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).

Costa Rica: Airport Expands Aircraft Parking Area

February 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.

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