Chile promotes tourist attractions at the Arturo Merino BenĂtez Airport
Sernatur inaugurated a space in the new terminal of the Santiago de Chile airport to guide and provide more information to visitors entering the country
The director of Sernatur Andrea Wolleter today visited the new international terminal (T2) of the AMB airport in Santiago together with authorities from Nuevo Pudahuel and ACHILA to inaugurate the welcome space in the baggage claim area, in order to promote tourism in the country.
The new terminal is already 100% operational since March 2 and the 15 airlines that have international routes are currently operating.
This new building was built in less than five years, but with a delay of a year and a half as a result of the coronavirus health crisis. The VINCI Construction Grands Projets and Astaldi companies were in charge of the work with an investment of 990 million dollars, the largest in the history of infrastructure concessions in Chile.