Air Canada lands at the new Tulum International Airport

The first Canadian airline to fly from Canada to Tulum, non-stop from Toronto and Montreal, arrived today at Felipe Carrillo Puerto International Airport, which will not only benefit the entire southern region of the state, but will expand tourism and business exposure among the Mayan region of Quintana Roo. And Canada.

According to a statement, in an important event for tourism and the economy of Quintana Roo, Governor Mara Lezama was invited to lead the ceremony of the inaugural Air Canada flight, which will have two flights per week. This new direct service represents an important milestone in the state’s international connectivity and reinforces Quintana Roo’s commitment to international tourism.

“This connection will allow visitors to enjoy the countryside, learn about our cultural and historical wealth and taste food and craftsmanship; and represents a new alternative to experience, to live the new age of the Mexican Caribbean.”

The Governor of Quintana Roo pointed out to visitors, airport authorities, tourism entrepreneurs, service providers and municipal authorities.

Mara Lezama explained that the opening of this route is the result of cooperation between the government, Air Canada and local communities, who are working together to make Quintana Roo an attractive and increasingly accessible destination on a global level.

For this reason, I thank Air Canada, represented by Luis Noriega, its General Manager in Latin America, and Günter Luydesdorff, its General Manager in Mexico, for betting on this new airport, on tourism leadership, in Tulum, as the center of our journey. Ancient Maya culture

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“We invite all travelers from Toronto and Canada to discover Tulum and the many treasures our state has to offer,” Governor Mara Lezama concluded.

Air Canada has increased its capacity in the Mexican Caribbean by 40%. It will operate with Airbus 320 equipment, with a capacity of 168 passengers and two classes of service.

This inaugural flight is the beginning of a regular process that promises to strengthen relations between Mexico and Canada, facilitating not only tourism, but also new trade and cultural opportunities between the two countries.

Sacha Woodward

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