Meco wins Panama $100 million airport contracts
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Over the coming three years, Panama’s government will pay close to $100 million for the modernization of the nation’s airports, not counting the $69 million to be spent on the Tocumen International Airport.
The nation’s civil aviation authority has issued six tenders for projects on airports. Two have been declared void, and a third has been delayed by disputes.
The largest contract, $58 million, was granted to Meco of Costa Rica, which will refurbish the Enrique Jiménez airport in Colón province.
Original source (in Spanish): La Prensa