Regional minister for development José Ramón Diez de Revenga has outlined plans to continue making improvements to Corvera Airport Murcia. This comes as part of a major government program to connect Murcia by land, sea and air, and to improve infrastructure across the region. Discussing these plans with the CROEM business association, Diez de Revenga said, “You have to work hard to get the most out of Corvera Airport Murcia, complete the Mediterranean corridor and high-speed rail network, and connect the container terminal with the great highways of the sea.”
Flights between Corvera and Madrid were also discussed, although the specifics are still being negotiated. “The truth is,” said Diez de Revenga, “that companies want to minimise market risks and to that end we can collaborate with both public administrations and business organisations. We are working to polish those edges and reach an agreement as soon as possible.”
CROEM president José María Albarracín has also called on the regional government to work “in time” so that the best possible results can be achieved for both tourism and businesses. In a recent meeting with regional minister for tourism, youth and sports Cristina Sánchez, Albarracín backed further development of Corvera Airport Murcia through the promotion of new national connections with Barcelona and Madrid. Albarracín noted that these improvements could help tourism grow from 11% of regional GDP up to 13-14%.
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