QCOSTARICA – With the arrival of a flight this Wednesday, the entry into operation of the new landing strip at the La Managua aerodrome in Quepos was officially declared.
“I am glad to see flights arrive in the area, because it is a sign of the necessary connection between tourist attraction and job creation, which is important for Quepeño families,” said President Carlos Alvarado, who participated in the ceremony.
In addition to the runway, an area was also built for the parking of Bravo-type aircraft, for a total investment of ¢1.67 billion colones.
“Investments in infrastructure are fundamental for tourism development and with this modernization, a substantial improvement is provided for the compliance of air safety and the comfort of national and foreign tourists with positive effects for tourism in the Central Pacific”, said Gustavo Segura, Minister of Tourism.
Minutes after the airport resumed operations, a flight arrived with the first tourists who will enjoy the wonders of this area of the Pacific.