Cancun, Q.R. — Two more international airlines have announced their renewal of flights into the Cancun International Airport. After an eight-month delay, Turkish Airlines has again, resumed its Cancun-Istanbul route, reported airport managing company Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste (ASUR).
Turkish Airlines suspended all international operations due to the Coronavirus pandemic, including its Mexico route which had only began operating in August of 2019.
According to AUSR, the Istanbul-Mexico City-Cancun-Istanbul route has already resumed its flights as of December 2. The airline will continue to make the flight once a week on a Boeing 787-9.
LATAM Airlines has also announced the resumption of their flights into Cancun. The Atlanta-based carrier says they are aiming to improve synergy between its Latin American ventures.
LATAM says flights to Mexico from Santiago and Lima to Mexico City and Cancún have already begun, adding that their codeshare agreements with Aeromexico offers passengers access to 39 destinations across Mexico.