Investment by Aeronautics Authority of Panama

As part of a plan to invest $100 million purchase of two aircraft for use in rescues, weather radar and the building of a network of heliports is being contemplated.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Although the five-year plan is still under development, the director of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), Alfredo Fonseca Mora said he also sees "... the possibility of building an airstrip in Tonosí, Los Santos, and Santa Catalina, in Veraguas there is potential for tourism because of its beaches where international surfing competitions are held. "

Regarding the two planes that they are contemplating buying, Fonseca Mora said "... they could cost between $8 million and $10 million and would allow us to reach any part of the country in case of a crash."

"... As for the maintenance of the domestic terminals that are still under the supervision of the AAC, repairing the runway at Isla Colon is being contemplated, and the one in Changuinola which needs to be extended. Both are in the province of Bocas del Toro. "

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