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Beja International Airport is a significant asset to the achievement of the development of objectives in the region. The Airport adds a particular value in the territorial mobility field.

The potentiating of this value in the development of the region requires the activation of a network of services and facilities interface between economic activities and infrastructure that the Territorial Mobility Beja Airport represents.

Beja´s Airport represents an important asset on regional policy namely in Territorial Mobility. Through the Beja airport the accessibility of the region is facilitated, made possible the transportation of people and goods on competitive terms both between Beja and other national centres and between the region and other European and global markets. Thus, the active territorial mobility that enables Beja´s Airport is the export potential of the region for production of high added value on the reliability, predictability, interoperability and projection is competitively decisive.

The value added by the Airport to Mobility is also decisive for the inclusion of Beja, its productive tissue, their businesses and their clusters in industrial networks and global logistics. The airport is an asset with a regional competitiveness impact in both directions: strengthening the export capacity of endogenous production and facilitating the integration into global networks.

The potentiating of Beja´s Airport as an asset of regional competitiveness requires the provision of a local network of services and interface structures. This network includes, but not limited to, structures and services that:

- Favour the competitiveness of the operations related to accessibility and transport;

- Contribute to improve the movement of people and goods;

- Promote territorial cohesion;

- Contribute to qualify and integrate the regional areas;

- Enhance business competitiveness and urban linkage.

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