The director of the Merida airport said that these routes will meet a significant demand from passengers seeking these destinations at the end of the year…//
Yucatan will have three flights that will be activated in November and December to expand connectivity to other parts of Mexico and to Canada.
The director general of southeastern airports of Asur, Héctor Navarrete Muñoz, specified that the airline Volaris will operate a route to León, Guanajuato as of November 16 with 174 passengers that will operate on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Likewise, VivaAerobús will be responsible for a route to Villahermosa, Tabasco from December 15 with 188 passengers twice a week, while WestJet will reactivate its flight from Mérida to Toronto, Canada on November 27 with 68 passengers. Tuesday.
The director of the Merida airport said that these routes cover an important demand for passengers seeking these destinations towards the end of the year.
The Secretary of Tourism Development, Michelle Fridman Hirsch, mentioned that with these routes there will be a greater attraction of visitors to the state, so she said that she will hold meetings with authorities of the three destinations with a view to establishing common strategies for encouraging tourism.
She said that in the case of the flight to Leon, it will seek to cover the Bajio states, while in the case of the Toronto route, the strategy will be focused on attracting those who are seek to establish themselves in Yucatan.
“Infrastructure, connectivity and promotion are required. Sustainable development is required to continue promoting the state,” she said.
Regarding the situation that exists in the tourism secretariat, Fridman Hirsch said that she is still reviewing the situation of the last administration, but acknowledged that it was “an interesting job”, because the state is in a good place in tourism, although she made it clear that there are things that need to be improved to continue with the momentum.