Cancun Airport resume flights after hurricane Grace – With 462 scheduled operations, the Cancun International Airport normalized its activity, altered by the passage of hurricane “Grace”, leading to the suspension of 254 flights.
The same morning after the passage of “Grace”, the first flight to land in Cancun was the JetBlue 113 from Orlando.
According to information from Aeropuertos del Sureste (ASUR), until 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday 18, before the hurricane, 124 operations were canceled.
The Cancun Airport never closed operations, that even the last departure was at 10:50 at night and around midnight a flight landed, and it remained operating without scheduled flights until the one flight arrived from Orlando.
ASUR announced that yesterday, August 19, 462 operations were scheduled, 231 arrivals, of which 97 were national and 134 international, while 23 flights were scheduled for departure, 92 national and 139 international.
It was also reported that 130 operations were canceled: 90 national and 40 international, for a total of 254 due to “Grace”.
ASUR specified that the international destinations with operations scheduled for today August 19 were Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Bogotá, Caracas, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Istanbul, Philadelphia, Frankfurt, Guatemala, Hartford, Houston, Katowice, Lima, Lisbon, Los Angeles, Medellin, Miami, Minneapolis, Montreal, Nashville, New York, Orlando, Panama, Paris, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Raleigh, Salt Lake, San Antonio, San Francisco, San José, San Luis, Seattle, Tampa, Washington.
In addition, he announced that the international airlines with scheduled operations were Air Canada, Air France, Air Portugal, Alaska, American, Avianca, Avior, Cóndor, Copa, Delta, Frontier, Jet Blue, Laser, Latam, Lot Polish, Lufthansa, Spirit, Southwest, Sun Country, Turkish, United, Viva Air, Wingo.