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Los Cabos International Airport surpasses Tijuana and Guadalajara

By Tribune Travel

July 11, 2023

The Los Cabos International Airport presented the first semester results of 2023 to its Advisory Board, emphasizing a 12% increase in commercial flight arrivals over the same period in 2022.

Francisco Villaseñor, the director of Los Cabos International Airport, revealed during the meeting that there were 29,966 operations from January to June 2023, with 1,416,990 domestic passengers and 2,603,558 international passengers arriving.

With 2,287,831 visitors, or 57% of all passengers arriving at the international air terminal between January and June 2023, the United States will once again be the major source of passengers.

General Director of Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacifico (GAP), Raul Revuelta Musalem, noted that Los Cabos International Airport has experienced consistent growth of 7% over the past few years. The airport will likely receive 20,000,000 passengers in 10 years if this trend continues.

In the first semester of 2023, Volaris had 758,952 passengers transferred, followed by American Airlines with 611,236 travelers and VivaAerobus with 414,694 passengers.

4,029,548 passengers have passed through Los Cabos International Airport overall, and by the end of 2023, it is anticipated that 7 million tourists will pass through the air terminal.

13 domestic destinations, seven to Canada, 26 to the United States, and a direct flight to Madrid are currently served by Los Cabos International Airport.





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