International Airport ‘Licenciado Gustavo Díaz Ordaz’ has so far registered 359 weekly arrivals and a projection of over 1,400 arrivals for the entire month of March, an increase of 19% over the previous month.
According to data provided by GAP (Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacifico), despite Canada’s flights to the region being cancelled since January 31st, connectivity between Mexico and the US continues to strengthen, with an increase of 19% in the number of departures and arrivals over the month of February.
Airline Frontier will restart operations this month, with two weekly frequencies coming from Denver. American will increase frequencies to over 71 flights per week for its Phoenix, Los Angeles and Chicago routes. United is adding 28 flights and Southwest is restarting flights from Denver and Santa Ana.
All international airlines with routes programmed for the month are Alaska, American, Delta, Southwest, United, Sun Country and Frontier. While national airlines flying to the region are Aeromar, T.A.R., Magnicharter, Aeromexico, Aerolitoral, Volaris, and Viva Aerobus.
Overall, international flights for the month are coming from Dallas, Phoenix, Los Angeles, Chicago, Charlotte, San Diego, Seattle, San Francisco, Portland, San Jose, Atlanta, Minneapolis, Salt Lake City, Houston, Denver, Santa Ana, and Newark.
Source: AZ Noticias (Spanish)