GAP: passenger increase in Mexico
- Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico (GAP) reported a passenger increase of 6.2% in September 2010 compared with the same month in 2009.
In a statement sent to the Mexican Stock Market (Bolsa Mexicana de Valores, BMV), the group, consisting of a dozen air terminals in Mexico, said domestic Mexican passenger traffic rose by 7.6%, while international passengers to Mexico increased 2.5%.
He stressed that during September, several local Mexican airlines have absorbed some of the abandoned routes that Mexicana de Aviacion had been operating, for example Aeromar which inaugurated routes between Manzanillo and Mexico City and another between Guanajuato and Mexico City.
Aeromexico, also did the same, which began operating a route between Mexicali and Monterrey. Interjet starts its won flight between Puerto Vallarta and Mexico City, and Volaris low budget airline starts flights between Tijuana-Cuernavaca, La Paz-Mexico City, Los Cabos-Mexico City, Hermosillo-Mexico City and Guadalajara-Mexico City.