El Salvador invests $70 million on update for airport
The government of El Salvador has confirmed it will invest $70 million in the modernization of the country’s international airport, in order to make it a more efficient, profitable and environmentally friendly service.
According to the president of the Autonomous Executive Port Commission, Alberto Arene, the government will invest in immediate improvements to include replacing the current radar system, and new tarmac on the runway and access areas.
Arene said these improvements will enhance the airport’s security and efficiency, as well as the comfort of the more than two million passengers who use the airport every year, a figure expected to rise in coming years.
Source: Breaking Travel News