Monday, March 5, 2018
San José.- Costa Rican authorities plan to invest nearly 2.6 million dollars in a terminal at the international airport of Limón.
The project, located in the Caribbean, includes a building with waiting rooms, government offices, division of passenger flows, fire protection system and waste water treatment.
In addition, the aerodromes of Barra de Tortuguero, Bataan and Guapiles, in the province of Limón, will be reconstructed at a total cost of 12.6 million dollars.
These works are intended to reach the quality levels that airlines demand to fly to the country.
Costa Rica has two international airports, including Juan Santamaría, on the outskirts of the capital, and Daniel Oduber, in the province of Guanacaste.