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El Salvador to Review Expansion Plans for International Airport

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Salvadorian airport officials are reviewing updates to the three master plan proposals donated by Aéroports de Paris in 2007, which provides for the comprehensive expansion of the El Salvador International Airport (AIES).

Original Article Text From El Salvador via Google Translate :

Updated Master Plan donated by Paris

Three proposals for updating the Master Plan donated by Aéroports de Paris in 2007, which provides for the comprehensive expansion of the El Salvador International Airport (AIES), are analyzed by the Autonomous Executive Port Commission (CEPA).

This has been confirmed by the ECA president, Alberto Arene, following advice if that document is still valid.

He says he will not need another master plan for the one who prepared the French is very broad, and slogan projections to 2028, considering passenger flows up to 4 million per year, twice what is currently serving the terminal.

In fact there are three master plans that have been built around the International Airport, the former was prepared by the consulting Candell Lopez in 1982 (two years after the airport opened). And in 1998, the U.S. company Aerotec presented a new study to modernize the AIES.

ECA examines proposals by Japan, USA and France just to update the plan that should allow orderly growth and futuristic both the airport and extraportuaria area.

In fact, although there are plans that provide for systematic expansion, with their respective phases, ECA is jealous they make themselves known because, in three months that would delay the upgrade, may be outdated.

Learned that the Japanese offer to develop this update, is one of the most comprehensive because it includes the loan agreement, feasibility studies (hence the cost should arise to reverse), design, construction and supervision.

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