Investment projects developed by the Government continue to trend worldwide and generate interest in international investors.
One of the emblematic projects is the Pacific Airport, which has attracted the attention of Munich International Airport in Germany.
In this regard, the president of the Autonomous Executive Port Commission (CEPA), Federico Anliker, met with authorities of the European airport, and expressed the commitment to turn El Salvador into an international air hub. Anliker confirmed that the senior executives who manage the air terminal showed great interest in the construction of the new airport in the eastern zone of El Salvador.
At the meeting, the Vice President of Operations and Business Development for Munich International Airport, Lorenzo di Loreto, was informed that the project is in the last stage of the feasibility study. In that scenario, the economic study showed that there is great commercial potential in stores, restaurants and different services.
The new air terminal is expected to generate more than 4,700 jobs in the first year, with a projection of 50,000 in 10 years. Munich International Airport is located 28 kilometers northwest of Munich, and is a base for Lufthansa and its Star Alliance partners. The Skytrack survey, in its 2021 edition, ranked Munich Airport among the top 10 airports in Europe.