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Tulum airport welcomed almost 500 passengers on first day of operations

By Tribune Travel

December 05, 2023

The Tulum International Airport handled more than 500 passengers on its first day of operation. On December 1, 520 passengers were transported by three domestic planes that arrived from Mexico City and Monterreyon the day of the inauguration.

VivaAerobus was the first commercial aircraft to touch down at the Tulum airport. There were 179 passengers on board the flight from Felipe Ángeles International Airport to Tulum.

A few moments afterward, a 155-person flight from Monterrey arrived. A connection with 186 came later that day from the Mexico City International Airport.

It is expected that around the middle of the month, Tijuana and Guadalajara will be annexed.

As of right now, the airport will handle a number of daily flights from Felipe Ángeles International Airport (AIFA) to Tulum with return flights, as well as flights from Mexico City International Airport (AICM) on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.

Every day, Viva Aerobus operates roundtrip flights from Tulum to Monterrey.





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