Air Canada with no plans to land at AIFA

Air Canada with no plans to land at AIFA

CANCUN – Following the resumption of flights to Mexico, Air Canada announced that it is not planning to land at the Felipe Angeles International Airport (AIFA).

“Feasibility studies and capacity studies are needed, so it is not in our plans,” said Luis Noriega Benet, director of sales for Latin America for the Canadian airline.

The executive reported that Mexico is one of its strongest markets, to the point that despite restrictions, the airline maintained an uninterrupted frequency during the pandemic to the country’s capital for essential travel.

The executive reported that Mexico is one of its strongest markets, which, despite restrictions, the airline maintained uninterrupted frequency during the pandemic to the nation’s capital for essential travel.

Once the restrictions are lifted, the Canadian government is once again allowing the entry of Mexicans with a complete vaccination schedule.

Source: El Economista

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