Aviation is essential for the revival of tourism in northern Sinaloa says Óscar Pérez Barros

  • Secretary of Tourism tours the north, travels to the Topolobampo and El Maviri destinations.
  • Del Valle del Fuerte International Airport receives the “Safe Travel” Seal

Los Mochis, Sinaloa, July 10, 2020.-

During a tour of the Los Mochis International Airport facilities, the Secretary of Tourism Óscar Pérez Barros, stressed that the entire chain of the Sinaloa tourism sector (hotels, restaurants, tourism service providers, and others), work in the The same line to apply the international health protocols that give confidence and security to the tourist who visits us.
On behalf of the State Governor Quirino Ordaz Coppel, the head of Sectur congratulated them for obtaining the “Safe Travel” seal, on June 18, granted by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC). as a hallmark of quality in the application of processes against the spread of Covid-19.
It is a great international achievement, he added, mentioning that in the state, the tourism sector works in the same way so that tourists feel confident that all international health standards are applied.

Likewise, he announced that the airport currently has 17 weekly flights with the routes: Mexico, Tijuana, Guadalajara, La Paz, Cabo San Lucas, and Chihuahua, operating with the airlines: Calafia Airlines, Aeromexico and Volaris.


“We will continue working to ensure that air connectivity is regularized as soon as possible,” he said while commenting that the reopening of the tourist train “Chepe” on the 17th of this month will be very important due to the reactivation of the packages of the tourist agencies.
He also thanked the support of Mayor Billy Champan to continue with the tasks that allow the reactivation of the tourist activity.
For its part, the Airport Administrator Acela Barbosa explained about the procedure by which the air terminal obtained the aforementioned seal, mentioned that the measures were adopted in order to create confidence and security in the traveler; “Gradually we will have to recover passenger traffic.”


To do this, the airport increased all measures so that travelers and staff are safe, using all health measures, he said.


Pérez Barros was also at the Topolobampo Cultural Center, accompanied by the port trustee, Deborah Preciado, and Lupita Audelo by tourism / Sedeco Ahome, in addition to Eng. Jean Claude Hecht, Director of PROMAN Mexico; Héctor Orrantia Coppel, Undersecretary of Promotion and Economic Competitiveness of Sinaloa and representatives of the 8 stations of Cooperatives of Tourism Service Providers, for the delivery of Covid Personal Protection Kits – 19.


The same was done on Maviri Island, where the President of Prestur, Rosibel Ramírez, and a group of tourism entrepreneurs.

Source: sinaloaenlinea.com

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