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A new airport will be opened this Saturday in Puerto Cabello

A new airport will be opened this Saturday in Puerto Cabello

Posted by Dubraswka Aguilar on March 07, 2014

With an investment of more than 320 million bolivars, the Venezuelan Minister for Water and Air Transport, Hebert Garcia Plaza, will reopen this Saturday the airport of Puerto Cabello, Carabobo state, after a total renovation. A new track and platform and 75,000 tons of asphalt are part of the work made in the airfield, which will expand soon to have an international terminal for travelling and trading.

Garcia Plaza said that next week the Government will also inaugurate the Maturin Airport after an investment exceeding more than one hundred million bolivars, “We will categorize it as an international airport."

Similarly, the minister said that he aspires to have ready for next Easter holiday the Teniente Coronel Rafael Marcano airport, located on the island of Coche, Nueva Esparta state, which is going to be able to take direct flights from Higuerote, Miranda state, to the island.

Moreover, Garcia Plaza said that the suspension of relations between the governments of Venezuela and Panama will not affect the operations of commercial flights between the two countries.”Everything goes normally,” he states.

The minister clarified that the airlines and travel agencies will participate in roundtable discussions with the national government. Tomorrow there will be a meeting in the Simon Bolivar International Airport, located in Maiquetia, Vargas state.

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