Results of bidding for Tocumen airports will be released in 3 days

Airport management has received received the proposed candidate from the commission that evaluated the bids.

Wednesday, January 14, 2009 reports that "The commission was convened on December 3 and had an initial period of weeks to issue their report.

However, on December 29 they requested a one-week extension - a possibility that was considered in the list of charges - alleging that they still had "some pending observation for the final report".

In the next two or three days, the document will be made public, ..."

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Another Suspended Tender in Tocumen Expansion

December 2012

The Public Procurement Directorate ordered the management company of the airport terminal to suspend the tender for the redevelopment of the Immigration and Customs area.

This is the second time that the bidding is suspended due to complaints filed by the participants.

The claim, admitted by the directorate, was presented by the consortium Azyza-As-Fagar, who is dissatisfied with the score received in the line of previous experience.

Tender for South Terminal at Tocumen

January 2012

The airport structure will cost about $400 million and be 50,000 m2 announced Panamanian authorities.

The manager of Tocumen, SA (administrator of the international airport), Juan Carlos Pino, said that the tender for the South Terminal at Tocumen International Airport, Panama will be released in March, and the works are expected to cost $400 million.

Tocumen Expansion Ready in September

March 2011

The new terminal will be ready in September and will increase airport capacity by 50%.

It will have 12 new boarding gates and will be designed to receive any type of aircraft.

"Once the expansion is operating, the Tocumen administration will begin the process of constructing the southern terminal, which would add about 20 additional gates," states the article in

Airport Expansion Adjudicated to Aerotocumen

March 2009

The expansion of Tocumen Airport was awarded to the Colombian Consortium Aerotocumen, whose bid was $68.65 million.

The contract includes construction of a new terminal, remodeling the main facade, a new presidential lounge, an administration building and other logistical facilities.

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