Monterrey Airport remodeling to be ready in one month

Monterrey Airport remodeling to be ready in one month

MONTERREY, NL - After supervising works at the Monterrey International Airport, Samuel García, Governor of Nuevo León, assured that the remodeling works will be delivered in a month.

The governor pointed out that it will be a first world airport, putting Nuevo León and the country at the top.

"Exactly in one month, according to what I was told, we are going to inaugurate the remodeling of the Mariano Escobedo International Airport, which I have already seen the video, I have already seen the renderings, the space and the truth is that it will be a first world airport like no other in Mexico," he assured.

It was in July 2023, when the government of that state announced the expansion of the three new traffic lanes for this terminal. As well as the rehabilitation of the asphalt surface, in addition to improvements in the signage of the base area.

Monterrey International Airport is used by more than 18,000 cars on average and these works, according to the authorities, are part of the mobility plan that will be ready for the 2026 World Cup, where the capital of Nuevo Leon will host different soccer matches.

The implementation of the project involves a cost of US$17 million, which includes the remodeling of Terminal A, B and C, optimization of runways, taxiways, platforms, as well as equipment.