Cancun International Airport began the so-called Patria Month, but also the low season in the destination with just under 400 operations, according to the report from Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste.
According to Asur, for this day there will be 382 flights, with 191 arrivals, of which 81 are national and 110 international, and as well 191 departures registering the same number in operations within the territory and abroad.
The international destinations with flights for today are, Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Bogota, Boston, Calgary, Cali, Caracas, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Philadelphia, Hartford, Houston, Las Vegas, Lima, Los Angeles, Montreal, Medellín, Miami, Minneapolis, Moscow, New York, Orlando, Panama, Phoenix, Raleigh, Sacramento, Salt Lake, San Francisco, San José, San Luis, Seattle, Tampa, and Washington.
The international airlines with operations scheduled for this day are Air Transat, Alaska, American, Avianca, Azur, Conviasa, Copa, Delta, Frontier, Jet Blue, Latam, Spirit, Southwest, United, West Jet, and Wingo.
Like many other years, when the summer holidays end, the low season begins in Quintana Roo. September, October, and November are the months with the lowest tourist activities. And this time is not the exception, we can see it in the decrease of the Cancun Airport operations.
In this way, August ended with 382 operations scheduled for the 31st, the week began with 416 on Monday 30th and on Sunday there were 439.
According to Asur estimates and its own reports, Wednesday is regularly the day of the week with the least average operations and the recovery begins on Thursday to reach its best figures, every Saturday.