Santa Cruz Viru Viru International Airport
Viru Viru International Airport serves Bolivia's largest city and commercial centre, Santa Cruz de la Sierra. The airport is a focus city for state-owned Boliviana de Aviacion, and features an extensive domestic and regional network with connections to most major Latin American destinations. Intercontinental services are offered by American Airlines and Air Europa, respectively serving Miami and Madrid via Caracas. The airport is operated by SABSA, formerly a consortium between Spain's abertis and AENA, nationalised in Feb-2013 by Bolivian President Evo Morales over allegations of underinvestment. The airport was subsequently included in the Government's plan to invest USD125 million in airport upgrades by 3Q2014, with specific plans yet to be revealed.
- 3,500m × 45m
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