Costa Rica: Liberia Airport Expansion

Work will begin in January 2017 at the Daniel Oduber airport in Guanacaste making possible a 20% increase in capacity at the terminal.

Friday, December 9, 2016

From a statement issued by the Government of Costa Rica:

In the early days of January 2017 redevelopment works will start at Daniel Oduber International Airport, which will be completed in November of that year. Using an investment of $10.3 million, the new facility will have the capacity to receive passengers until 2023, confirmed César Jaramillo, general manager of the Inter-American Investment Corporation (CORIPORT), the concessionaire in charge of the administration of the terminal company.

Jaramillo said that, taking into account recent calculations, it can be confirmed that during 2016 35% more visitors were received than in 2015, and if the figures are  compared with data from 2012- the date from which Coriport became the concessionaire - the number of foreigners arriving at airport has risen by 86%.

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Panama: Airport Works for $9 million

March 2016

Investments have been announced to expand the terminal, runway, taxiway and tower construction at the airport of Isla Colon in Bocas del Toro.

The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) announced it will invest $9 million in a renovation project at the Airport Isla Colon in Bocas del Toro province, according to information on Panamaamerica.com.pa.

TACA Awaits Expansion of Salvadoran Airport

September 2012

Without ruling out the idea of building their own airport terminal, the airline will wait to see how the modernization works initiated by the Executive Port Commission (CEPA) evolve.

Fidel Chavez Mena, vice president and legal representative of TACA, said that after meetings with representatives from CEPA, they have agreed to wait and see how the financing of the works evolves.

Honduran Airport Investment Announced

November 2011

The company Aeropuertos de Honduras has announced an investment of $52 million into expanding and remodeling four international terminals.

Fredy Nasser, president of Aeropuertos de Honduras, said that the works will be carried out at the airports of Toncontín in Tegucigalpa, Goloson in La Ceiba, Juan Manuel Galvez in Roatan, and San Pedro Sula.

$105 million for Salvadoran Airport Remodelation

June 2011

President Maurcio Funes has announced an investment by a public-private partnership program within the US-led Bridge initiative.

In his speech to the legislature as part of the commemoration of his two years in office, the President stated, "... I would like to inform you that we are about to finish formulating the first project to be developed using the public private partnership scheme under the Bridge framework led by the United States government. I refer to the modernization and expansion of the International Airport of El Salvador, whose investment will be about 105 million dollars", as reported in a press release from the portal of the President of the Republic of El Salvador.

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