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Vallarta at pace to surpass 1,600 air operations in September

By Tribune Travel

September 11, 2023

According to Luis Villaseor Nolasco, director of the Puerto Vallarta Tourism Trust, the International Airport of this city is expected to reach 1,400 plane operations in September, which was the amount recorded in 2019.

The tour operator stated that the markets are already stabilizing and continuing to exceed 2019 figures, and that the bet for this month is that there will be more air operations, because 2022 was an atypical year, every time that, during this 2023, there have been months that have not surpassed last year’s flights, but there have been in passengers.

“We received the most recent report from Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacfico (GAP), which shows that we have continued with double-digit growth in the first seven months of the year, with around 14% globally and nationally, with a higher growth trend, and the great challenge with North America is that there are no planes or pilots, and we are seeing what routes can be achieved.”

He remembered that Puerto Vallarta would receive a new Alaska Airlines aircraft from Las Vegas in December, thus the balance of the year is expected to be a terrific season.

With reporting by Brenda Beltrán for Tribuna de la Bahía.





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