IATA, the association that concentrates the airlines that handle 80% of the traffic of users worldwide, pointed out that if the planes can not land in any country of the region, the benefits will go to another region.
If the result of the citizen consultation is crystallized in the cancellation of the New Mexico International Airport ( NAIM ), the aviation industry will have very bad news, said the president of the International Air Transport Association ( IATA ), Alexandre de Juniac. “If the New Airport project is canceled it would be very bad news for aviation and for Mexico,” the executive said at the 15th annual meeting of the Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association (ALTA).
De Juniac pointed out that throughout the region of Latin America there is an infrastructure crisis, where companies in the sector need the capacity in runways and take-off to have a greater volume of contributions. The president of IATA, an association that concentrates the airlines that handle 80 percent of the traffic of users worldwide, pointed out that if planes can not land in any country in the region, the benefits of increasing passenger movement will go to another region.
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