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Los Cabos International Airport to close 2022 with 6.8 million passengers

By Tribune Travel

December 08, 2022

The Los Cabos International Airport Advisory Board released the results obtained during 2022, highlighting a 25% growth in air passenger traffic, compared to 2019.

During the period from 2019 to 2022, the terminal recovered 1.5 million passengers that were lost.

From January through October of this year, 5,745,748 passengers arrived, of which 3,623, 740 are international passengers and 2,113,008 are domestic travelers.

Los Cabos International Airport expects to close this year with 6,800,000 passengers. Mexico City is the main feeder with 1,010,934 tourists, followed by Los Angeles, California, with 688,010 passengers and Dallas with 417,927.

Executives expect to reach 6,800,000 passengers by the end of 2022.





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