Terminal for private jets takes shape at Tocumen

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The company Asig Panama SA, a subsidiary of BAA Aviation and a services provider at the airport’s main terminal, will be responsible for building and operating the new private aircraft terminal, which will process immigration requirements for private jet travelers in an area of 7,000 hectares that will also have lounges and duty-free shops.

According to Michael Scheeringa, CEO of BBA Aviation Flight Support, the company made an overall investment of $18 million over five years in Panama, of which it has already invested $10 million in infrastructure for commercial airlines.

“Panama is the connecting door to Latin America to be an economic hub in Central America and the airport is the first impression the visitors get when entering the country.


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