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You'll be picked up on-time, every time, or we will not only refund your transfer, we will also give you a $100 voucher to use for any future transfers.
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El Salvador International Airport
The El Salvador International Airport is the main airport that serves the city of San Salvador in El Salvador. Also referred to as the Comapala International Airport or the Cuscatlan International Airport, it is the only commercial airport serving the entire country.
Established in the late 1970's as the new airport to replace the old Ilopango International Airport, it is now a dual airport that serves civilians and the military of El Salvador. The first flight occurred in 1980 on an air route from San Salvador to Guatemala City.
Considered as the 3rd busiest airport in Central America, the El Salvador Airport handled over 2 million passengers in 2012. Operated by CEPA, the airport is located in the town of San Luis Talpa, in La Pas, El Salvador. It has two asphalt runways and serves as the hub for airlines Avianca and VECA Airlines, which will begin operations in 2014. International destinations are focused on flights to Central, North and South America and Europe.
Several airlines operate at the El Salvador International Airport and these are Aeromexico Connect, Air Transat, American Airlines, Avianca, Avianca El Salvador, Avianca Costa Rica, CanJet, Copa Airlines, Delta Airlines, Ibena, Spirit Airlines and United Airlines. Some of the destinations are to Houston, Madrid, Panama, Lima orlando, Chicago, Cancun, Mexico and seasonal flights to other cities. Out of 2 million passengers in 2012, over 200,000 of them came from the Los Angeles International Airport.
The airport has a passenger terminal and another for cargo. Located only a few meters from the passenger terminal, it has the capacity to handle millions of cargo each year.
A new north terminal is about to be constructed in 2014 with a finished date and tentative opening in 2017. To be located east of the terminal, this new building is being made to meet the demands of the airlines for increased passenger traffic.
Currently, the terminal has dozens of facilities that cater to the needs of passengers. For food and drinks, several restaurants and cafes are available – from coffee shops to fast food to full service restaurants and even bars that offer liquor and spirits. Popular fast food joints Pizza Hut, Subway and Radio Shack have branches at the El Salvador airport.
There's also a wide range of shopping options at the airport, with Duty Free shops, stores for clothes, perfume, souvenirs and toys. There are also tourist facilities such as car rental counters, spacious waiting rooms with free WiFi and even hotel services.
Getting to and from the airport is not a problem as the airport provides both public and private modes of transportation for arriving passengers. You can get in line to get a taxi, book a car rental at the airport or ride a bus to the city.
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