Cancun, Q.R. — After two years and more than 2 billion peso, the new Terminal 4 of the Cancun International Airport has set an opening date.
On October 10, national and state officials will inaugurate the completed Terminal 4 of the Cancun airport. Mexico’s president, Enrique Peña Nieto along with state governor Carlos Joaquín González and officials from Aeropuertos del Sureste (ASUR), will inaugurate Terminal 4 of the Cancun International Airport, making it one of the most important airports in Latin America.
After two years of work and an investment of approximately 2.5 billion peso, the new terminal is expected to serve at least 9 million more travelers per year, giving the Cancun airport the ability to move around 25 million passengers a year. Within three years, officials are anticipating that figure will rise to 32 million.
According to the International Index of Megahubs, the International Airport of Mexico City is designated as the most important airport in Latin America for international connections, giving it 21st place in the world.
The new Cancun Terminal 4 is expected to see operations for 75 aircraft per hour, serving both national and international arrivals.