Manzanillo, Colima.- On the occasion of the start of the Winter Season, the Manzanillo International Airport received new flights from Los Angeles, Houston, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Phoenix, and Calgary
Efraín Angulo, Secretary of Tourism of Colima participated in the inaugural flight of Suncountry, which was animated with mariachi and folkloric ballet to receive the 180 foreign visitors
It is scheduled from now until April 5, a weekly flight. The operating hours will be arriving at 13:05 and leaving at 14:05 hrs. It is expected that, on average, just over 2,100 passengers will be arriving in Manzanillo on this Sun Country flight during the period.
Also, the Administrator of the International Airport, Víctor Manuel García, prepared everything to give the traditional water bath to the American Airlines plane, coming from Phoenix, Arizona.
The first passengers to visit Manzanillo on this American Airlines flight were received by local authorities and airport managers, and the airline. With a weekly flight until April 6, the arrival of 1,000 passengers is expected.
In order to provide the best service and comfort to passengers, Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico has made significant investments in the Manzanillo International Airport that are reflected in the remodeling of the Last Wait Room, which will also offer
In terms of service, the passenger review module is being expanded, with more than double the space, providing greater security with a new inspection team; The health modules that are designed to provide better service to people with disabilities and those who travel with babies will also be renewed, since it will have a Family Room, equipped with a microwave and a chair for breastfeeding.
In addition to the above, it is planned to improve the commercial offer with an area of food and beverages. Víctor Manuel García said that the remodeling of more than 900 square meters of the terminal “is designed to make the experience of passing through the airport of Manzanillo, something pleasant and agile.”
Source: diario de colima, afmedios, colimanoticias
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