The Puerto Vallarta International Airport, “Gustavo Díaz Ordaz,” will count with a new terminal dedicated to international flights.
The new area will cover over 19,400 square meters, will have five boarding bridges/tunnels and six passenger lines that will help speed up the airplane boarding process for international flights. The creation of this terminal was announced in an event where the GAP (Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico) reported about the achievements reached in 2018 their future plans.
When 2018 comes to a close, the PVR will have transported close to five million people, which means a steady growth of almost half a million passengers per year.
Sanabria Gilbert announced that before the end of the year, the GAP is hoping to open the new Panama flights, and by January 2019 they're expecting to begin the Hamilton and Ontario flight routes.
Source: AZ Noticias (Spanish)