Managua Airport Now Works 24/7

After complaints from the private sector, improvements have been announced in attention and services at the airport in the capital, which now operates throughout the day and night for both cargo and passengers.

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

The registration of passengers on domestic flights, one of the steps that employers considered cumbersome and detrimental to attracting tourism, has been eliminated as part of the improvements made in the terminal.

It has also been announced that ramp equipment has been purchased and internet service installed in all areas of the airport, as confirmed by the president of the Superior Council of Private Enterprise (COSEP), Joseph Adam Aguerri.

Elnuevodiario.com.ni reports "... the business leader explained that 'they are performing maintenance at all airports which will conclude in late September.'"

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New Flights from Honduras to South America, Mexico and Cuba

October 2014

The airline Global Air Mexico has announced that it will begin operating scheduled flights from San Pedro Sula to Quito, Caracas, Toluca and Havana.

In addition to the new flights announced by Global Air Mexico, Honduras Airports Company announced that Nicaragua's regional airline, La Costeña, formerly dedicated to private cargo flights to Costa Rica, is now providing new services from Managua to Tegucigalpa.

El Salvador Airport to Invite Private Partners

December 2012

The Goverment of El Salvador has decided that the expansion of the International Airport of El Salvador will be conducted via a public-private association.

The technical secretary of the presidency announced that they decided to use this mechanism due to the “large resources required by the expansion”.

Three Airports in Panama to be Privatized

November 2012

In a reversal of the decision of having them administered by Tocumen SA, the airports of David, Colon and Rio Hato will be granted in concession to private companies.

The Panamanian government now believes that it would not be suitable for Tocumen SA to manage – along with Tocumen International Airport - these airport terminals, which are being remodeled at a cost of $138 million.

North Terminal at Tocumen Airport Inaugurated

January 2012

With an investment of $100 million the works of the Panama Airport North Terminal have been inaugurated.

A press release from the Tourism Authority of Panama reads:

The north terminal at Tocumen International Airport has been formally opened, a project which was developed with an investment of $100 million, as part of the expansion and remodeling of the main air terminal in Panama.

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