Avianca has announced a substantial increase in its flight frequencies departing from El Salvador. Starting from November, the airline will operate a remarkable total of 110 weekly flights. Seguir leyendo Avianca Expands to Increase Their Flights Frequency To 110 Weekly Flights to Take Off in November.
The Ministry of Public Works (MOP) has undertaken a major initiative to improve the nation’s road network, focusing on over 1,000 kilometers of roads under President Nayib Bukele’s leadership. These projects encompass road reconstruction, pothole repair, and the creation of new infrastructure like overpasses and bypasses. Seguir leyendo On the Road to Progress El Salvador has Invested in Over 1,000 Km of Road Improvements.
Aiming to bolster tourism and enhancing international connectivity, El Salvador’s government, under the leadership of President Nayib Bukele, has taken significant steps to forge a partnership with Brazil. Seguir leyendo Brazilian Airline Set to Commence Operations in El Salvador Soon.
To promote sustainable transportation and reducing vehicular congestion, the Government of El Salvador, under the leadership of President Bukele, has accomplished a remarkable feat by establishing the country’s most extensive network of bicycle lanes. Spearheaded by the Ministry of Public Works and Transportation (MOPT), this initiative aims to encourage the use of bicycles as a means of transportation and simultaneously alleviate urban traffic congestion. Seguir leyendo Government Creates Adequate Spaces to Promote Bicycle Usage in El Salvador.
The European Union has committed to financing strategic projects in El Salvador, providing a total of $450 million for the Pacific Train and the Metropolitan Monorail in San Salvador. Seguir leyendo EU to Fund El Salvador’s Projects with $450 Million.
In a bid to expand their operations and cater to the growing demand for air travel, international airlines are looking to incorporate new routes from El Salvador. Several airline companies operating in the country have announced the addition of new flights to cities such as Las Vegas and Ontario, California, with others currently in the process of obtaining permits for routes like Oakland, Miami, and New York. Seguir leyendo International Carriers Embrace New Routes from El Salvador.
The Comisión Ejecutiva Portuaria Autónoma (CEPA), the autonomous agency of the Salvadoran government, has initiated a competitive bidding process for the expansion of the check-in area at the San Óscar Arnulfo Romero International Airport in El Salvador. Seguir leyendo CEPA Launches Tender for Expansion of Check-in Area at El Salvador Airport.
For years, motorcyclists and bus drivers fell victim to gang members in El Salvador, which caused an increase in insecurity and problems for public transport users. But thanks to a government security strategy, these problems are now a thing of the past. The new approach has eliminated the millions of dollars that transporters paid to gangs as extortion fees, which will have a positive impact on transport operations and the lives of the people. Seguir leyendo Government security plan puts an end to extortions and killings in public transportation.
The construction of the Los Chorros Megaproject will begin next month, according to a statement by the Minister of Public Works, Romeo Rodríguez. The project, which has already been awarded to Korean company Dongbu Corporation for $372 million, is set to involve over 5,000 workers deployed in day and night shifts. Two Korean companies and a Spanish company are overseeing the project, with 70% of the rights of way already secured. Seguir leyendo Construction of Los Chorros Megaproject to Begin Next Month.
The Minister of Public Works and the Vice Minister of Transportation participated in the symposium on October 8. The congress brings together 214 participants from 61 countries. Seguir leyendo El Salvador is the venue for the eighth road safety congress.