These routes strengthen connectivity to and from Querétaro; In this way, the participation of the Querétaro International Airport is reinforced as one of the main transportation points in the region.
Queretaro, Qro. As of July 10, the airline Volaris will operate four new routes at the Querétaro International Airport (AIQ), confirmed the State’s Secretariat for Sustainable Development (SEDESU).
There are four direct flights: to Culiacán, Sinaloa, the airline will offer three frequencies a week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday); to Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, two frequencies (Tuesday and Saturday); to Zihuatanejo, Guerrero, three frequencies (Monday, Wednesday and Friday); to Mexicali, Baja California, two flights (Tuesday and Saturday).
Based on information from the state agency, these routes strengthen connectivity to and from Querétaro; In this way, the participation of AIQ is reinforced as one of the main transportation points in the region.
“The Queretaro airport reinforces its commitment to provide passengers with a greater variety of destinations and flight options, thus promoting the economic and tourist development of the region; In addition, it strengthens air connectivity between Querétaro and various key cities in the country,” SEDESU highlighted in a press release.
Only in April, 135,000 passengers were transported from the AIQ, the highest indicator since the opening of the airport, according to the secretary of SEDESU, Marco Antonio del Prete Tercero.
From January to April, the airport accumulated close to 482,000 passengers, reporting a growth of 48.9% in relation to the first four months of 2022.
The state secretary estimated that, if the AIQ maintains this trend, it would end the year with 1.5 million mobilized travelers, exceeding the end of 2019, which was the best year for the airfield.
Source: El Economista