Cancun, Q.R. — Figures at the Cancun International Airport continue to rise with managing company ASUR reporting 87 operations Thursday. The company says the airport had 44 arrivals and 43 departures, of which 32 were international. This includes two major airlines that had disappeared due to the pandemic, Spirit and Delta.
According to data by ASUR, the arrival of 44 aircraft, 28 domestic flights and 16 international flights landed Thursday. The origin of the international flights included Orlando, Philadelphia, Fort Lauderdale, Charlotte, Chicago, Houston, Miami (two flights), Atlanta (three flights) and Dallas (five flights).
Delta made its first appearance at the Cancun International Airport since the pandemic with the arrivals of three flights to and from Atlanta. The company says that they will increase their flights to seven in July, noting that the scheduling of a flight is not a guarantee that it will arrive.
The increase in flights at the air terminal has brought a gradual increase in activities with several timeshare vendors and tour operators reappearing in the airport.