One of Spain’s infamous ghost airports could be coming back to life, after regional authorities placed the management of Corvera airport out to tender.
The airport, which is built but has never opened, has been lying unused since 2013, and now plans are being brought in to handle nearly 800,000 passengers in its first four years of operation.
The airport, which is expected to replace Murcia-San Javier Airport, is aiming to open its doors before the end of the year.
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