At last, the new Liberia airport terminal opens for business
The new terminal at the Daniel Oduber International Airport in Liberia, capital of the northwest province of Guanacaste, opened its doors to the public Thursday after months of delays. Tourists finally can enjoy the $41 million project by concessionaire Coriport.
According to La Nación, the first passengers to enter the terminal left on a 6:50 a.m. flight to Miami, Florida.
“The terminal is fully operational and the passengers are impressed by the quality of the installations,” said Adriana Echandi, Britt Shop Director for Costa Rica and the Caribbean. Our stores are open and we believe that we now have the conditions for a good customer service and to increase our sales volume.”
President Laura Chinchilla will visit the new terminal during its first day of operations.
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