The first direct flight from Guadalajara to Madrid inaugurated
This Thursday the first flight Guadalajara-Madrid of Aeroméxico with the presence of municipal and state authorities, foreign ministers and representatives of the airline, which, they said, will boost tourism and the economy of our Entity.
It was the early morning of this Thursday when flight AM39 MAD / GDL arrived in Guadalajara, which arrived at the Guadalajara airport with a 90% occupancy and in the morning the same flight left for the Spanish capital, reported Giancarlo Mulinelli, vice president of Aeroméxico sales.
“For many years, passengers that originated in Guadalajara and went to Madrid, their trajectory was an average of 15 to 20 hours. Today the passengers who will be boarding at the Guadalajara Airport will be arriving in Madrid in 10 hours and 35 minutes”Mulinelli highlighted during the event held this morning at the air terminal.
The CEO of Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico, Raúl Revuelta, said he was pleased about the launch of this new route that had been sought for many years, which will promote tourism and cultural exchange between Guadalajara and Madrid.
For her part, the Secretary of Tourism of Jalisco, Vanessa Pérez, indicated that the inauguration of this flight will be reflected in the history of Jalisco, because not only a new tourist route, but a new way to promote the economic, tourist, cultural and social growth of the State.
“Jalisco is ready to receive European tourists with unique attractions and experiences for various segments, with our mariachi, tequila, raicilla and the warmth of our people, always respecting sanitary protocols as long as they remain in force. I am sure this flight will be a success, “added the secretary.
With this, he added, a strategy will be promoted to publicize this flight, the result of the shared effort between the Government of Jalisco, the State Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Pacific Airport Group and Aeromexico.
The mayor of Tlajomulco, Salvador Zamora, pointed out that thanks to the growth of the Guadalajara Airport, the economic recovery of the state, especially from Tlajomulco, the municipality that houses this air terminal, while the coordinator of Growth and Economic Development, Xavier Orendain, wished this new route all the success so that in the near future it will have increasingly closer departures, since until now it is foreseen only one flight per week between both cities.
Among the personalities who were present, cutting the ribbon were also the president of the Guadalajara Convention and Visitors Bureau, Carlos Wolstein; Miguel Ángel Fong from the Jalisco Hotel Association; the Director of the Guadalajara International Airport, Martín Zazueta and the Aeroméxico pilot, Ana Carolina.