The Mexico City International Airport (AICM) reported that due to the heavy rains in the area, landings and take-offs have been suspended. Through its Twitter account, the air terminal indicated that the moment when operations return to normal are reported.
On July 23, the expansion of Terminal 2 of the airport was inaugurated, which had an investment of 497 million pesos.
The expansion consists of the installation of seven fixed positions to receive aircraft with between 90 and 130 passengers, which translates into 1,300 passengers per hour and 4 million per year. And it is that in Terminal 2 around 9 million passengers moved a year through remote locations, that is, they had to be transferred by buses to airplanes.
Although the covid-19 epidemic continues, the AICM already registers an operation of 45 percent capacity.