The Sinaloa Tourism Secretariat will continue working on connectivity to achieve more air routes
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- The Aeromar airline began this Thursday the temporary flight Guadalajara-Mazatlán, with three frequencies a week and will be in force until April 11.
While attending the inaugural flight at the Mazatlán International Airport, Secretary of Tourism Óscar Pérez Barros highlighted the importance of this beginning and will continue to work on connectivity to increase the national offer.
“Aeromar will be working with two aircraft, one with 72 passengers and the other with 42, on Thursday, Friday and Sunday with departure time from Guadalajara at 12:00 hours, to arrive at 12:25 hours, and from here it leaves at 12:55 to arrive at 3:20 pm, “he said.
He also commented that they are focused on state, regional, and national tourism, and therefore, flights like the one we now have, it is necessary to keep it active, as the tourist has told us.
He also mentioned that thanks to the “boom” that Mazatlán is having, there are other lines interested in connecting this city with the Bajío.
“This opening is a good sign, at the moment we are in talks with other airlines to connect now with León, Guanajuato, and Aguascalientes, we are very advanced in this,” he concluded.