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Delta analyzes having flights in the AIFA, says AMLO

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said in his morning conference that the US airline Delta Air Lines is analyzing having flights at the new Felipe Ángeles International Airport, which will be inaugurated next week.

So far, Delta has not confirmed operations at AIFA, however, Aeroméxico , which is also a partner in the global alliance SkyTeam, will operate two routes from the new airport, one to Mérida, Yucatán, and another to Villa Hermosa, Tabasco.

Three days before the inauguration date of the new international airport, the offer of airlines has begun to take shape, mainly made up of Mexican companies, while on the side of foreign airlines only

Other US airlines such as American Airlines have ruled out flying in the AIFA, at least for now.

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