Costa Rican main airport to double capacity. Operating company Aeris receives finance from Inter-American Bank
Costa Rica’s Juan Santamaría International Airport in San José has successfully completed a three-year restructuring and is preparing to more than double its passenger capacity after partnering with the Inter-American Development Bank and the Overseas Private Investment Corporation.
Last month, both institutions disbursed $100 million in loans to Aeris Holding, the airport’s operating company, owned by sponsors Brazil’s Andrade Gutierrez Concessões and ADC & HAS Finance.
Juan Santamaría International airport, Central America’s second biggest airport, receives 85 percent of all international arrivals in Costa Rica and 80 percent of all tourists that arrive into the country.
Original source: Hispanically Speaking News