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Construction of the pedestrian connection between Terminals 1 and 2 of the Tocumen International Airport begins

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Angel Valdes | March 27, 2023

The Tocumen International Airport began the construction of the pedestrian connection, in the outer section located between Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, which raises the standards in the provision of the service to travelers, users and collaborators of the airport complex.

The construction of the pedestrian connection will offer safe, friendly and comfortable access facilities for users who move between Terminal 1 and 2, sheltering them from rain and sun, in addition to accessing the line 2 branch through the connection of the Metro station located at the Tocumen International Airport.

Passengers, companions, employees, officials from health authorities, police, concessionaires and providers of various services will benefit from the pedestrian walkway that connects both terminals. The work executed by the company Jera SA, represents an investment of $715,061.42 dollars.

The project contemplates the adaptation of pedestrian sidewalks, roofing, lighting, as well as a section of roof in stretched canvas and other sections of polycarbonate. On March 15, the Panama Metro put into operation the branch that connects this transport system with the Tocumen International Airport.

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