Costa Rica: Tender for Commercial Spaces in Airport

Of the 4,500 square meters of new commercial area in the Juan Santamaría, 850 square meters are available, which are expected to be tendered in June and July.

Monday, April 20, 2015

Café Britt is the first company that has moved into to this new area and left its old 299 m² premises available, and a competition is already underway to awarded them to another company. In addition to those premises, the only other space left is 550 m², in which the Costa Rica company Aeris, administrator of the terminal, will incorporate shops dedicated to selling clothes and accessories.

Rafael Mencia, CEO of Aeris Costa Rica, told that "... This expansion means that the commercial area represents 14% of the structure, ie it is approaches alignment with the global industry standard of 15%. "

"... The extension made by Aeris Costa Rica, manager of the terminal, on April 14, places the stores in a strategic point for attracting customers, since 100% of travelers must walk through there after passing through security. "

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