Honduras will proceed with new international airport at Palmerola Air Base. President Lobo backs $100 million plan
Porfirio Lobo, the Honduran president, reiterated plans to build a commercial airport at Palmerola Air Base to replace Tegucigalpa's Toncontín International Airport.
He confirmed that the government is currently awaiting the completion of a technical study by a Spanish company.
Airports of Honduras, the authority that overseas the operation of the country's four international airports, has taken the position that it will invest at least $100 million for construction of a commercial terminal at Palmerola.
Original source: Honduras Weekly