Toluca to be incorporated to the GACM
Grupo Aeropuertario de la Ciudad de Mexico (GACM) began negotiations with the Government of the State of Mexico to incorporate Aeropuerto Internacional de Toluca (AIT) to the federal government project that seeks to operate said terminal in conjunction with that of Mexico City and Santa Lucía in a couple of years.
Gerardo Ferrando, director of the GACM stressed that they have an investment of US $ 158 million to start the project which aims to coordinate the operations of the three air terminals in three more years.
Currently, the AIT is concessioned and operated by the State of Mexico government, Aeropuertos y Servicios Auxiliares (ASA) and the construction company Aleatica, formerly OHL México. Most of its operations are executive aviation, among which are: Executive Airlines (ALE), Avemex, Universal Aviation, Across Air Services, EOLO and Servicios Aereos Estrella (SAE), among others.
For now, Ferrando says that he’s been meeting with President Lopez Obrador on a daily basis to define the actions that will be taken regarding Texcoco and Santa Lucia.