Wednesday, December 28, 2011

New terminal at the Liberia Airport

Here is another photo of the new terminal building at the Liberia airport. It will provide a much better first impression of Costa Rica than the existing collection of airport buildings.

The airport was supposed to open in October, but there are still issues between the government and the company that built and will operate the airport that need to be resolved. The newspaper had an article that companies that expected to operate in the airport, such as Cafe Britt which will have three gift shops, had hired workers and purchased inventory, but they cannot start their operations. The Ad Astra Rocket Company, started by Costa Rican Astronaut Franklin Chang, opened near the airport so that high tech products could be shipped in and out from the new terminal.

The high season for tourism has just begun, so hopefully the airport will open soon.

This week we are showing photos of San Pedro de Atacama, the main town in the Atacama desert of northern Chile on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.

7 comments:

Sharon said...

This is such a modern building. It will be a welcome sight for travelers.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

I can't wait to use the new terminal. This new airport will be great for travelers.

Memphis MOJO said...

Great looking structure. Hope it opens soon.

Jarart said...

Very nice! Now lets get out of that holding pattern and get this place in operation!

glenda said...

It will be a great asset when completed.

Jack said...

It shouldn't benefit the government, the builder or passengers to hold the opening up, so I hope it gets straightened out soon.

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