AVIATION AND AIRLINES IN MEXICO

The Civil Aviation Law is a rule of public order and its purpose is to regulate the exploitation, use or exploitation of the airspace located over the national territory, with respect to the provision and development of civil and state air transport services.

A federal judge ordered a temporary halt to the redesign of the airspace of the Valley of Mexico, a task that is in charge of the Secretariat of Communications and Transportation and Navigation Services in the Mexican Airspace (SENEAM). On April 23, a provisional suspension was granted to an inhabitant of the State of Mexico who said that this...

Canadian airline Westjet extended the suspension of international flights to Mexico and the Caribbean until June 4, 2021. The decision was made in the expectation that authorities will change travel restrictions as the covid-19 vaccination progresses, said Ed Sims, president, and CEO of WestJet.

Interjet will enter into insolvency proceedings before the end of April and days later "it is certain" that it will also request a financial restructuring process in the United States, under Chapter 11 of that country's Bankruptcy Law, explained Carlos del Valle del Río, the company's new spokesperson.

24 hours after the start of the new season for Quintana Roo and being placed in "orange" status, the airline Spirit Airlines announced that, through partnerships with hotels in Cancun, Playa del Carmen and Riviera Maya, from June 25 will begin flights to visit these tourist destinations.

Puerto Vallarta, along with Puerto Escondido, Acapulco, Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo, and Manzanillo, will be part of the "Pacific Front" campaign launched by Aeromar Airlines, which aims to promote these Pacific destinations and begin the reactivation of these places, which have been severely affected by the health contingency of Covid-19.