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Terminal 3 in José Martí International Airport, main facility of its kind in Cuba, will be subject to a capital repair process.

Executives of Cubana Aviation Corporation SA (CASA) indicated that the works will be made without affecting passenger traffic.
The limitations will be concentrated in the accompanying entrance to the terminal facilities at both the departure and the arrival of passengers.
Now, the airport registers a racking between 1800 and 2000 people and has reached the 2500 with companions, mainly in peak hours.
The investment is estimated at 10.3 million pesos convertibles, and as part of the program, it has been planned the replacement of the roofs, together with the habilitation of boarding and disembarkation passenger walkways.

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