The flight AIFA-Villahermosa of Aeroméxico, on April 1, was boarded by just five passengers, the lowest number recorded at the air terminal located in Santa Lucía between March 21 and April 25, according to information obtained via transparency by El Financiero.
This despite the fact that the federal government and the airlines have opted for the Felipe Angeles International Airport (AIFA), which gives signs that the start of operations of this flagship work of the current administration has been complicated.
Also, four days earlier, a flight that took off from the Villahermosa airport to the AIFA carried only nine passengers.
In April, the airline announced that starting in May it would only operate three weekly frequencies on that route, and would transfer four of them to a flight to Puerto Vallarta.
However, a few weeks ago Aeroméxico indicated that it would return to flying seven weekly frequencies to the capital of Tabasco.
Flights to Venezuela
In the information obtained by this newspaper, there are also the records of four flights, in a period of one month, that connected the AIFA with Venezuela.
The inaugural trip, which arrived from Maiquetía to the Felipe Ángeles, transported 109 passengers, while the return operation, which went to Caracas, transferred 92 travelers.
In another round flight, which operated on April 13, 84 travelers arrived in the country from Caracas and 104 left for the same destination from the air terminal located in Santa Lucía.
In total, the flights to that South American country, the only international ones to date, mobilized 389 travelers.