Alaska Airlines recognized for its 32 years flying to Mazatlan


The Municipal government presents a commemorative plaque to the station staff of this company at the Mazatlan airport.

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- This Sunday, November 15th, the airline Alaska Airlines celebrates 32 years of flying to this tourist destination, and the municipal government awarded recognition to the company’s station personnel.

At the “Rafael Buelna Tenorio” International Airport, Luis Terán Tirado, dispatch manager of the Ministry of Economic Development, Tourism and Fisheries, said that Alaska Airlines has been an unconditional ally of Mazatlán and has shown its selfless support for more than three decades promoting the tourism industry.

Photo: Courtesy│ Mazatlán City Council

For his part, Guadalupe Garzón, the airline’s station manager and with 31 years in the company, assured that Mazatlán is very important for Alaska Airlines and has demonstrated it during three decades bringing travelers to this beach destination.

“We are increasing flights, we start with one flight a week when we return in June, then we went up to two; now for December, we will have four flights a week. And yes, as you will see, the flights are arriving at full capacity, although we are still blocking the seats in the middle to preserve the healthy distance, “ she said.

Photo: Courtesy│ Mazatlán City Council

Present at the ceremony were Juan José Ruiz Gonzalez, Undersecretary of Tourism in the state; Astrid Macías Fregoso, Director of CAPTA; Guillermo Romero Rodríguez, president of the Concanaco Hotel and Motel Commission, and Román Aguayo Hernández, president of the Mazatlán Airport Transportation Association.

Source: OEM

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