The Government of the State of Baja California Sur and the company Volaris make the Loreto to Guadalajara flight a reality.
During the inauguration ceremony, it was announced that the flight would operate twice a week on Tuesdays and Saturdays. The flight has a capacity of 189 passengers, translating to an additional 1,512 monthly seats for this destination.
The event was attended by various officials such as Fernando Ojeda, Undersecretary of Tourism, representing the Minister of Tourism and Economy of Baja California Sur (SETUE), Maribel Collins. Also present were Jesus Ordoñez, Director of the State Tourism Trust (FITUES), Norma Garcia from the Loreto Tourism Trust (Fideicomiso de Turismo Loreto), and the Director of the State Tourism Board (FITUES).
Nanci Galciz, who oversees sales and market development in Mexico for Volaris, was joined by José Mora, the administrator of Loreto Airport, as well as Adrián Davis Davis, the Secretary of Tourism and Economy for the Loreto City Council, at the FITULORE event.
“Thanks to the support of the Governor of the State, Victor Manuel Castro Cosio, for the trust he has placed in our magical town; this is the result of a joint effort, a teamwork where the goal is to promote the development of Loreto, without distinction of ideologies or colors, with the firm purpose of serving and governing for all.” Commented Paola Cota Davis, Mayor of Loreto.
The municipality’s priority sectors, including air connectivity, are the focus of this destination. With the addition of a new route, Loreto’s economy will become even more robust, welcoming new national tourists and facilitating trade. Additionally, it will promote the exchange of knowledge and ideas.
The president recognized that this agreement would substantially impact our Magical Town’s economic competitiveness, productivity, efficiency, and innovation.
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