The AICM informed that the takeoffs of its tracks were suspended for security reasons, without so far more details are known.
The Benito Juárez International Airport of Mexico City informed that the takeoffs of its runways were suspended for security reasons, without further details being known so far.
“#AICMinforma by security protocols, takeoffs are suspended. We will continue informing, ”said the air terminal in its account @AICM_mx on Twitter.
The airport is located in the east of the Mexican capital and its runways have a southwest-northeast direction, so the landing approach is usually directly over the urban area and takeoffs to the Texcoco area.
Operations return to normal
A few minutes later, the air terminal published in the same social network that its operations were carried out normally.
According to some versions, the captains of some planes would have informed passengers that the problems were linked to the passage of some migratory birds.
he Mexico City International Airport (AICM) reported that it operates normally, minutes after a message posted on the official account of the air terminal generated confusion in networks.
Around 9:44 a.m. (local time), the AICM account on Twitter posted a message stating that “due to security protocols, takeoffs are suspended. We will continue to report,” local media such as Milenio reported .
Subsequently, at 10:09, the same AICM account published that the operations proceeded normally and the previous tweet was deleted.
Amid the confusion, some network users expressed dissatisfaction with the slow flight takeoff.
According to some versions, the captains of some planes would have informed passengers that the problems in take-offs were linked to the passage of some migratory birds.
Source: notimex. milenio,
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