ASUR, the operator, and concessionaire of the International Airport of Cancun Airport and eight other airports in southeast Mexico reported that as a result of the start in Mexico of the COVID 19 Pandemic and the decrease of more than 80% of operations and passengers, With the aim of reducing the number of people that move in its different Terminals, it will be transferring next Saturday, April 11, all the air operations that are currently taking place in Terminal 2 to Terminal 4.
The company points out that in follow-up to the declaration of sanitary emergency issued by the Federal Government, and since airports are a service considered essential for the country and the regions it serves, it maintains the operation of its airports, in accordance with the guidelines issued by the competent authorities, both in matters of public health, as well as the security of infrastructure, operations, its users, and workers in the airport industry.
Until today, the Cancun airport continues to operate normally and serving aircraft and passengers who need to use its services, and there are currently no situations that could indicate in the short term the possibility of closing their airports, including Cancun and Cozumel
The Cancun Airport, in order to guarantee the security of the airport, its employees and the entire airport community, and at the same time comply as much as possible with the measures established by the Federal Government to mitigate the spread of COVID 19, and taking into account the decrease of more than 80% of operations and passengers, with the aim of reducing the number of people who serve users, aircraft and passengers every day, in order to support social isolation and healthy distance, Both keys to mitigating the effects of this pandemic, will be transferring on Saturday, April 11 all the air operations that are currently taking place in Terminal 2 to Terminal 4.
Likewise, ASUR sends recognition and admiration to all people in the Health Sector, both public and private, who are on the battle line every day to assist all those who have the misfortune to suffer this disease, leaving their families and loved ones behind. Dear ones to assist the population.
ASUR also recognized all its own and third-party personnel who continue to work every day to maintain the operation and security of our airports.
ASUR already has plans and actions designed to, as soon as possible, put them into action and continue to be a factor and actor in the recovery of tourists and visitors to the regions where we are operating, so that hand in hand with businessmen and governments municipal, state and federal we seek to recover in the shortest possible time the country’s tourism market, as an important source of jobs and income for all.
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