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New Terminal Grows Tocumen Airport by 50%

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Passengers will begin using the North Terminal at Tocumen Airport in Panama City mid-January. The terminal will house 12 gates, growing the airport by 50% of size and has a total investment of U.S. $100 million dollars.

Original Article Text From La Prensa via Google Translate :

Construction of the north pier Tocumen has a 99.5% Advance
The construction of the north pier to Tocumen International Airport has an advance of 99.5%, said the manager of Tocumen, SA, Juan Carlos Pino. 

Pino said that currently only doing repairs and [working on] after an inspection details which took place in November this year. He added that it is in the process of correcting things that were not to the satisfaction of Tocumen, SA will then begin the process of equipping the new facility. 

Pino revealed that from the second fortnight of January 2012 will begin receiving passengers across the North Pier. This structure will be operational with 12 gates, representing a growth of 50% of installed capacity. In building the north pier was reversed A total of 100 million dollars. Then it starts to operate the new structure may receive larger aircraft such as Boeing 747-400 and Airbus A380. In 2010 passed through the airport more than 5 million passengers. Among the plans is that by 2015 reached a total of 15 million people.

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