VIDEO: Haiti PAP International Airport, 14 new gates by 2015

Did you know this? The Toussaint Louverture International airport in Port-au-Prince Haiti will have 14 new gates and 750,000 square feet of new space by the year 2015.

Toussaint Louverture International Airport, Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Toussaint Louverture International Airport, Port-au-Prince, Haiti

The renovation of the airport is happening in phases to avoid interruptions of flights in and out of Haiti.

Question: What do you think about this plan to expand the Toussaint Louverture International Airport in Haiti?

Did you know about it already or did you just find out?

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Janet says...

Are they on schedule to have this completed in 2015?

What do you know about a port and business park development near / Caberet

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Jean Wilson Laveus says...

Iam so happy for they
Cleanup at the aireport
International Toussaint -
Louverture Haiti, we appreciate
gouverment Joseph Michelle

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Dellan Francois says...

It is so wonderful a group of Haitians decided to see a vision for Haiti.

You guys are greatly appreciated, and keep on moving up guys, even though we're still behind in so many characteristics, compare to so many islands in the Caribbean.

But, we're aheading the right way. My suggestion as a haitian who would like to see some great projects in the country; is by opening some tourists shopping malls around the resorts in the country.

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Legrand Parisien Salvant says...

Unfortunately Martin, you cannot rewrite history.

As unspeakable as it was, Germany cannot erase the Third Reich.

The memories of Francois Duvalier would have faded, however, if his successors have done better.

After Duvalier, we started to forget what we should have remembered and, dangerously, went back to the atrocities, assassinations, cult of personality we have

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Leopole Martin says...

Francois Duvalier wasn't one of the haitian hero, he was one of the sucker and a killer, his name has no place anywhere in the country, that's the main reason buried him where no one can find his resting place' he was

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Tido says...

yes sir I knew about 2015 it should be on phase # five, which is the last one. with a total of 17

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Lionel Vernet says...

I cannot agree more with Mr Salvant.

I've written about it once. I might get a copy and will paste it to this page. I gave such examples as Charles de Gaule airport in Paris.

JFK in N.Y etc...

like Cite Soleil bares the wrong name. The real name is Cite Simone O. Duvalier.

And I am neither duvalieriste nor lavalasse but I am a real Haitian and a free

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Patsey says...

I was just in Haiti in April and saw several of the changes.

They look great.

It was much easier arriving in Haiti.

Happy to see some changes going on in

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Legrand Parisien Salvant says...

Are you talking about the Dr Francois Duvalier International Airport?

If one wants to name an airport Toussaint Louverture, you must built one. We cannot rewrite history.

We have not build one since this one was built with the haitian money, not even a cent from the International Community.

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Jean Claude says...

i agree with you and i strongly believe that Haiti will be once again the heart of the Caribbean, but politicians in Haiti must invest into the Haitian education more so that they can understand that they do not have to create an atmosphere of violence while their own leader is not president.

They need to learn not to destroy what a present or an ex-president has done. every other civilized and democratic Countries in the world have done that. Why not Haitians?

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