January 28, 2023

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Number of Flights Growing in the Top Tourist Destinations in Mexico


Miguel Torruco Marqués, head of the Tourism Department (SECTUR in Spanish) of the Federal Governing administration, introduced that flight and passenger visitors at Mexico’s airports will do excellent in 2022. The airline seats planned for 2022 are expected to raise by 22.5% in contrast to the selection of passengers touring in 2019.

This will make an financial revenue of 35,185 million bucks in addition, from January to December 2022, 190,513 flights are scheduled to get there in Mexico, which signifies an boost of 2.1% more than 2019, when 186,500 flights arrived at the region.

In terms of occupied seats, 31,558 million passengers are expected to get there, which, in comparison to the 24,462 million travellers traveling in 2019, usually means an improve of 22.5%. “By 2022, based on these final results, it is approximated that there will be a profits of 35,185 million dollars,” Miguel Torruco Marqués claimed.

Torruco explained that the top tourist places obtaining the greatest range of flights and travellers will be:

Cancun: 56,951 flights and 10,505,000 travellers, producing an estimated revenue of US$11,712 million dollars. In 2019, the selection of flights was 48,361 carrying a full of 7,684,000 travellers.

Mexico City: 55,737 flights and 9,660,000 passengers, creating a revenue of US$10,771 million. In 2019, 64,401 flights arrived at the city transporting 8,930,000 travellers.

Guadalajara: 15,764 anticipated flights and 2,707,000 travellers, with an believed financial profits of US$3,180 million bucks. In 2019 there were being 16,128 flights arriving at the place with a overall of 2,68 million travellers.

San José del Cabo: 16,301 flights and 2.6 million travellers predicted, building a income of US$2,942 million. In 2019, 12,921 flights ended up registered transporting 1,789,000 passengers.

Puerto Vallarta: 13,174 flights, with 2.14 million passengers anticipated and an believed financial revenue of US$2,388 million bucks. In 2019, 11,533 flights arrived at the place transporting 1,545,000 passengers.

“Mexico is the 2nd greatest market place in Latin The usa immediately after Brazil. It is gigantic and it is a industry with huge growth ability,” said Eliseo Llamazares, a member of the Worldwide Aviation and Tourism Team and head of Aviation and Tourism for Latin The usa at KPMG. “It is up coming to the United States and near to Canada and South The us, which usually means that it has a good chance and at the identical time a wonderful obstacle,” he additional.

Having said that, he also explained that in current a long time the Mexican authorities built a collection of errors that are presently hindering the advancement of aviation industry in the region and that will have to be resolved so that Mexico will become the leader in Latin American aviation.

For Llamazares, Mexico wasted the chance to grow to be the principal Asian hub in Latin America, a elaborate condition intently related to the cancellation of the New Airport in Texcoco, considering that Santa Lucia will not have the needed ability to decongest air functions in the capital.

But the most crucial obstacle, so far, is the downgrading of Mexico to Classification 2  by the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), just after it discovered deficiencies in essential protection features that the Federal Aviation Company Civil (AFAC) must comply, in accordance with the bare minimum expectations proven by the Worldwide Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).

At present, minimal-cost Mexican airlines have had a very good recovery from the covid crisis, and this tempo could depict an option for them to extend their functions. Nonetheless, the degradation retains its progress in routes, frequencies and use of plane to the United States frozen.  

 According to the Mexican governing administration, their system is to accomplish the standing of Category 1 throughout the very first quarter of the 12 months.