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$41 million passenger terminal at Daniel Oduber Quiros Airport to open next month

The new 23,000m2 passenger terminal at Liberia’s Daniel Oduber Quirós Airport is due to open on 17 November, World Interiors Design Network (WIDN) has reported.

The new terminal, which cost $41 million and was developed by Coriport SA, will comprise 30 new check-in counters, a mini-market, a Lafise bank kiosk and a money-changing station. There will also be a new security barrier which and a new checkpoint comprising advanced equipments like five state-of-the-art X-ray machines and three metal detectors, according to WIDN.

Passengers at the new terminal will also be able to enjoy a new lounge offering free wireless internet access, a relaxation space and a section dedicated for kids, all of which will be offered at a charge. The entire facility will provide paid wireless internet service.

The second storey of the terminal will house a money-changing station, Café Players restaurant, and a host of commercial shopping areas. In addition, there will be an air-conditioned immigration zone downstairs, along with a pair of baggage claim carousels.

Read the story here: WIDN 

October 18, 2011

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