Panama invests $200 million in improvements to the nation’s airports
The government of Panama is investing more than $200 million in the construction and revamp of several of the nation’s airports in a drive to boost tourism and commerce.
The Economy ministry said that the $100 million expansion of the Tocumen international airport is the top priority.
Improvements are also being made to Albrook, with $12.5 million; Howard, $11.6 million; Colón $58 million, and David, $27 million.
Original source (in Spanish): Efe