GAP records reduced traffic in March

Traffic to national destinations increased by 10.6% compared to March 2020; However, international traffic decreased by 24.3 percentage points

Despite the increase in national air traffic, the Pacific Airport Group (GAP), Reduced passenger flow by 4.6% in March. According to GAP, this fall means a bigger drop than the 30.2 percent contraction that the same month ended in 2020.

“Airlines continue to gradually increase their operations, however, international traffic has decreased albeit to a lesser extent compared to February, due to new requirements to enter the United States and the suspension of flights from Mexico and the Caribbean for part of the government. Canada.”

In this sense, the number of people who used GAP airports to travel to national destinations increased by 10.6%, while the number of International traffic And it recorded a decrease of 24.3 percentage points compared to March of last year.

However, Monex Casa de Bolsa analysts considered that the airport group performed better than expected, and that the 32.5% decline in quarterly traffic was below the sector average.

Finally, it is noteworthy that so far this year, the cumulative traffic for GAP has reached 36.8 percent.

READ  AMLO Should Give Greater Legal Clarity and Intellectual Property Transparency to Increase Economic Growth: CEESP

Aileen Morales

"Beer nerd. Food fanatic. Alcohol scholar. Tv practitioner. Writer. Troublemaker. Falls down a lot."

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top