Airline Viva Aerobus mentioned, on Wednesday, that it’ll add flights to Mexico City’s new airport, a day after the federal government determined to cap operations within the metropolis’s fundamental hub amid incidents that triggered air security issues.
The low-cost airline mentioned, in a press release, that it’ll add flights to Acapulco, Oaxaca, Puerto Escondido, Cancun and Havana, on the Felipe Angeles International Airport (AIFA), which opened in March. Air site visitors security has come beneath elevated scrutiny since footage posted on social media on the weekend confirmed a aircraft coming in to land on the metropolis’s fundamental airport simply over one other that was ready to take off on the identical runway.
The authorities not too long ago mentioned that it will not permit new flights to function on the capital’s fundamental airport and pledged to switch a few of its quantity to the brand new hub. Aeromexico introduced that it plans to keep up its routes from the capital’s fundamental airport and enhance flights to 30 a day at Felipe Angeles by October. Authorities additionally mentioned that constitution and nationwide cargo flights might be instantly moved to Felipe Angeles.