The Mazatlán airport returns with one of its most important destinations after the Covid-19 outbreak.
Tijuana, Baja California (June 18, 2020).- The Mazatlán International Airport received the first flight of the Tijuana – Mazatlán route today after the COVID-19 outbreak in order to meet the current connectivity needs of Sinaloa on the way to the “new normal”.
The route offers 2 flights a week (Thursdays and Sundays), frequency that will be maintained or adjusted during the following weeks depending on demand.
With the resumption of these flights, Viva Aerobus reactivates 6 routes during June in Sinaloa. The airline flies from Culiacán to La Paz, Monterrey, Los Cabos and Tijuana; and from Mazatlán to Monterrey and, now, to Tijuana.
All flights are operated under disciplined prevention, hygiene and safety protocols with unrestricted adherence to the recommendations and sanitary measures issued by the competent national and international authorities.
As a result, the airline carries out exhaustive and additional disinfection processes in aircraft and common areas, has personnel focused on organizing lines to maintain a safe distance, establishes the mandatory use of mouth overs and gloves for the crew, carries out symptom detection tests to employees and passengers, reduces interaction at contact points, prioritizing online payments and operations, among many other actions.
In addition, the flights are operated with an Airbus A320 fleet that has an average age of less than 3.3 years; thus providing the most demanding levels of reliability and security.
The Mazatlan Post