Tropic Air’s new Caye Caulker terminal in the making

Tropic Air announced today that construction has commenced for its new Caye Caulker terminal.

To be built over ten months and at a cost of BZ$1 Million, the new 1,600 square foot air-conditioned terminal will feature state of the art amenities for passengers and cargo.

“Caye Caulker is one of the pillars of tourism in Belize and a key driver of economic growth. We see enormous growth in tourism to the island, and this new terminal represents a step forward, and a big investment, in the level of comfort for our passengers and visitors to La Isla Cariñosa,” President John Greif III stated.

“This investment underscores our commitment to Caye Caulker, to Belize, and to providing our customers and employees with a world-class experience at one of our most important destinations. We appreciate the Government’s support, the support of the Town Council, and the Belize Airports Authority for their continued partnership in transforming the Caye Caulker Airstrip into an airport that islanders can be proud to call their own,” said Steve Schulte, CEO.

The new terminal was designed by Javier Alamilla of Nude Architecture, and will be built by Medina’s Construction…

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