Chetumal, Q.R. — The new Mexico-Chetumal route by Aeroméxico was inaugurated Wednesday. Governor Carlos Joaquin says the new route will contribute to the strengthening of the economic recovery of southern Quintana Roo with better connectivity for the tourism sector.
The new connection from Mexico City will bring visitors to destinations such as Chetumal, Bacalar and Mahahual, he pointed out. He was on site for the landing of the Mexico City-Chetumal plane, which arrived 84 percent full.
Giancarlo Mulinelli, senior vice president of Global Sales for Aeroméxico was on the flight that landed in Chetumal. He says the company will be flying daily to Chetumal and, together with the flights going to Cancun, there will be 130 weekly operations from Mexico City, Monterrey, Guadalajara and Tijuana.
He also stated that the company will continue to fulfill its commitment to serve the routes that its customers demand. He noted that the state of Quintana Roo offers an ideal infrastructure for business and tourism, regarding the new terminal building being constructed at Chetumal International.
“We are very proud to fly more and more to this state,” he said