Tulum International Airport to have bus service in December
Once the Tulum International Airport is open, two bus routes will be available, according to Autobuses de Oriente (ADO). The first two trips from the Tulum International Airport have been confirmed by ADO, but more routes may be added based on demand.
According to Grupo Mobility ADO CEO Julio Garcia, the bus firm will initially launch two routes in December.
“Discussions with the airport’s commercial section have already begun. We have collaborated with them on the passenger service projection that they are starting to see, he said.
Garcia claims that AICM (Felipe N. Gómez International Airport in Mexico City) and Cancun airports will also offer connections through ADO. According to him, there is a lot of interest in taking use of the new airport connectivity. The goal is to strengthen the relationships with Felipe Carrillo Puerto’s mayor as well as Tulum.
There will initially be these two routes. We are there, but a lot depends on their approval and aviation traffic. The airport is not large. It cannot be compared to Cancun, but it would surely increase tourism in the state, he added.
Garcia stated that ADO intends to transport tourists from the Tulum airport to other regions of Quintana Roo and throughout Mexico, but that travel statistics, demand, and operational expenses must all be taken into account.