AIFA, Well Planned Airport.-
The Secretary of Tourism of the Government of Mexico, Miguel Torruco Marqués, accompanied by members of the Tourism Commission of the Chamber of Deputies, toured the facilities of the Felipe Ángeles International Airport (AIFA), in which they verified that it is a work well planned to promote air connectivity in the country.
The delegation of deputies and deputies was made up of the president of the Tourism Commission of the H. Chamber of Deputies, Jericó Abramo Masso, from the PRI Parliamentary Group; Alfredo Aurelio González Cruz, from Morena; Ciria Yamile Salomón Durán, from PVEM; Sergio Barrera Sepúlveda, from Movimiento Ciudadano; Carlos Noriega Romero, from Morena; and Faustino Vidal Benavides, from Morena.
Upon arrival, they were received by General Isidoro Pastor Román, general director of AIFA, who made an executive presentation on the airport, its scope, its projections and the state it has kept since its inauguration on March 21, 2022.
He highlighted that by September 64 daily flights will operate, and national and international routes are gradually increasing, in addition, users have reported a satisfaction level of 84%.
During the meeting, General Isidoro Pastor, the Secretary of Tourism and the legislators held a productive dialogue in which they agreed on the importance of promoting joint actions that contribute to the development of AIFA and air connectivity, for the benefit of the economy and the tourism.
After the meeting, the attendees toured the facilities, such as the terminal building, accesses, commercial areas and the last waiting rooms, as well as the Bus Terminal, and soon the Suburban Train station, as part of the terrestrial connectivity options for passengers traveling through AIFA.
They visited the Mexican Aviation Museum, which preserves the history of the Mexican Air Force, and the Quinametzin Paleontological Museum, where mammoth remains that inhabited this area thousands of years ago are exhibited, among other pieces from that era; in addition to the Railway Museum, where wagons were restored, which inside have decorations from different eras.
The Secretary of Tourism thanked the host of General Isidoro Pastor, General Director of AIFA, as well as the presence of the federal deputies, and pointed out that the sum of efforts between the different powers will achieve joint coordination, not just a speedy recovery , but the sustained growth of an industry that is already located as the third generator of the National GDP of Mexico.
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