“look what happens in New York”; justifies decree to eliminate cargo service in the AICM

Before the draft of presidential decree to remove the charging service on the Mexico City Airport (AICM), the President Andrés Manuel López Obrador He affirmed that given the saturation that exists in the capital’s airport and it seeks to avoid cases such as the one that happened yesterday in New York, where two planes collided at the boarding gate of the John F. Kennedy International Airport, being the second accident in recent days at the air terminal.

In a morning press conference, the head of the federal Executive pointed out that consensus is being sought, not to impose anything, and that the Felipe Angeles International Airport (AIFA).

“It is being sought that cargo planes can use the Felipe Ángeles International Airport. This agreement is being reached with customs agencies, with those who are dedicated to transporting cargo in airplanes, progress is being made quite well and when we have a result it will be reported, but work is being done in that sense because there is a saturation in the current Mexico City Airport and if there are security conditions, to expedite procedures, to improve all those who are dedicated to aviation or cargo transportation and this agreement is being reached with the directors of the two airports with customs and with everyone and it will be I believe by consensus we do not want to impose anything”.

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“There are those who are only looking for how to question us, well I would tell them to look at what is happening in New York precisely because there is a lot of saturation and we are trying to avoid that,” he said.

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“Are you going to give them time?”, he was asked.

“Yes, time and we have not acted in an authoritarian manner,” he said.

“Is it going to be a decree?” He continued to be questioned.

“Yes there will be, but we are looking for a consensus,” he replied.

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