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Concrete plans for airport in Covid-19 crisis

Saturday 18 April 2020 | Written by Katrina Lintonbon | Published in Economy

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Concrete plans for airport in Covid-19 crisis
Airport Authority chief executive Joseph Ngamata, board chairman Taoro Brown and vice-chairman Ianis Boaza. 20041735

Rarotonga airport will come back to life with work to replace 58 cracked slabs on runway and negotiations to acquire land to extend the runway.

Rarotonga airport will come back to life with work to replace 58 cracked slabs on runway and negotiations to acquire land to extend the runway.


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