Monseñor Óscar Arnulfo Romero International Airport

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Monseñor Óscar Arnulfo Romero International Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto Internacional Monseñor Óscar Arnulfo Romero), previously known as Comalapa International Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto Internacional Comalapa); previous Official name El Salvador International Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto Internacional El Salvador).wikipedia
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With 2,984,746 passengers in 2016, it is the busiest airport in El Salvador and third-busiest in Central America by passenger traffic.

Ilopango International Airport

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The airport was built in the late 1970s to replace its predecessor, Ilopango International Airport, which is now used for regional, air taxi, military and charter aviation.
Ilopango International Airport is an airport located on the eastern part of the city of San Salvador, El Salvador, once serving the city as its international airport until it was replaced by the larger and more modern Comalapa International Airport, located about 50 km south of the city.

Hazama Ando

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Engineering and building came under the direction of Hazama Ando (then Hazama Gumi).
Monseñor Óscar Arnulfo Romero International Airport - San Salvador (1980)

Avianca El Salvador

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The Airport entered in operation on 31 January 1980, with its first flight being a TACA airliner bound for Guatemala City. Monseñor Óscar Arnulfo Romero International Airport (or locally known as Comalapa International Airport) serves as the main hub for TACA Airlines, now Avianca Airlines.
TACA Airlines - Monseñor Óscar Arnulfo Romero International Airport in San Salvador, El Salvador

San Salvador

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Monseñor Óscar Arnulfo Romero International Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto Internacional Monseñor Óscar Arnulfo Romero), previously known as Comalapa International Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto Internacional Comalapa); previous Official name El Salvador International Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto Internacional El Salvador). is an airport located about 50 km from San Salvador in El Salvador. According to CEPA, Phase III and IV are of "medium and long term", which consider extensions depending on future demand at the airport. Phase III will invest US$78.3 million and Phase IV will invest US$198.5 million. During this stage, CEPA is planning and projecting to construct a new train station within the airport. This will allow passengers to transit to places like San Salvador, San Miguel and La Union. By 2032, the airport is projected to have 43 gates. By 2032, it is expected the airport would be capable of receiving 6.6 million passengers.
El Salvador International Airport is going through a large scale modernization and retrofitting, transitioning from a modern style to a futurist style architecture when its finished.

Óscar Romero

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On 16 January 2014, El Salvador President Mauricio Funes announced in San Salvador's Presidential House the renaming of El Salvador International Airport to Monseñor Óscar Arnulfo Romero.
In 2014, El Salvador's main international airport was named after him, becoming Monseñor Óscar Arnulfo Romero International Airport.

La Aurora International Airport

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La Aurora International Airport is the fourth busiest airport in Central America in terms of passenger traffic, surpassed by Tocumen International Airport in Panamá, Juan Santamaría International Airport in Costa Rica, and Monseñor Óscar Arnulfo Romero International Airport in El Salvador.

George Bush Intercontinental Airport

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During September 2014, Spirit sought approval from the US Department of Transportation (DoT) to launch flights from Houston Intercontinental to Managua, San José, San Pedro Sula, San Salvador, Cancún, San José del Cabo and Toluca.

Jorge Chávez International Airport

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On October 11, 2013 an Airbus A320 (registration N492TA) from Taca Airlines, made an emergency landing at 8:20am Local Time. The pilot declared an emergency due to smoke in the cockpit. The aircraft was en route from Jorge Chávez International Airport to El Salvador International Airport, San Salvador, El Salvador. There were 31 passengers plus crew on board. The aircraft landed safely.

Avianca

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Monseñor Óscar Arnulfo Romero International Airport (or locally known as Comalapa International Airport) serves as the main hub for TACA Airlines, now Avianca Airlines.
Avianca's hubs are in Bogotá at El Dorado International Airport, in San Salvador at Monseñor Óscar Arnulfo Romero International Airport and in Lima at Jorge Chávez International Airport.

Transport in El Salvador

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Transport in El Salvador
In November 2013 the government rail agency FENADESAL announced plans for development of four electrified railways serving San Salvador, Sitio del Niño (La Libertad), El Salvador International Airport, La Unión, and the Honduran frontier.

San Luis Talpa

It is close to Cuscatlan International Airport, which itself is about eight kilometres from the capital, San Salvador.

Air taxi

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The airport was built in the late 1970s to replace its predecessor, Ilopango International Airport, which is now used for regional, air taxi, military and charter aviation.

Mauricio Funes

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On 16 January 2014, El Salvador President Mauricio Funes announced in San Salvador's Presidential House the renaming of El Salvador International Airport to Monseñor Óscar Arnulfo Romero. The airport's name change was made by former president Mauricio Funes, but it is still locally known as El Salvador International Airport ( Spanish: "Aeropuerto Internacional de El Salvador") Funding for this project was provided through the Government of Japan.

Toshiba

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The electrical work for all lighting and communications was completed by Toshiba (then TOKYO SHIBAURA ELECTRIC).

Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.

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Unlike the Master Plan from 2007 by Airports of Paris, the new proposal by Kimley Horn does not include building a new passenger terminal.

San Miguel, El Salvador

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According to CEPA, Phase III and IV are of "medium and long term", which consider extensions depending on future demand at the airport. Phase III will invest US$78.3 million and Phase IV will invest US$198.5 million. During this stage, CEPA is planning and projecting to construct a new train station within the airport. This will allow passengers to transit to places like San Salvador, San Miguel and La Union. By 2032, the airport is projected to have 43 gates. By 2032, it is expected the airport would be capable of receiving 6.6 million passengers.

La Union

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According to CEPA, Phase III and IV are of "medium and long term", which consider extensions depending on future demand at the airport. Phase III will invest US$78.3 million and Phase IV will invest US$198.5 million. During this stage, CEPA is planning and projecting to construct a new train station within the airport. This will allow passengers to transit to places like San Salvador, San Miguel and La Union. By 2032, the airport is projected to have 43 gates. By 2032, it is expected the airport would be capable of receiving 6.6 million passengers.