Passengers get roof over their head at Curaçao airport
WILLEMSTAD - Passengers arriving at the airport of Curaçao will have this year a roof over their heads. That includes family, friends and business associates who come to pick them up.
According to COO Tobias Markert of Curaçao Airport Partners, travelers generally do not suffer from a lack of refrigerated hall, because they just come out of the plane. But those waiting for them are now under the bright Caribbean sunlight or rain.
The airport is investing 35 million dollars in the arrival hall and increasing the number of aircraft boarding places.