Officials representing the Cancun International Airport announced a new investment of 141.5 million pesos (around $7.1 million) into new projects at the facility.
According to The Riviera Maya News, airport managing company Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste (ASUR) said the money would be used to rehabilitate and expand the infrastructure of exterior baggage areas and aircraft maintenance areas.
An estimated 135.8 million pesos ($6.8 million) will be directed to the expansion of handling service infrastructure, including over 12 acres that will be developed. The project will include assistance and support to aircraft on the ground, as well as the embarkation and disembarkation of passengers, luggage and cargo.
The remaining funds will be used to enhance security to meet the latest protocols established by the civil aeronautical authority, with the overhauls planned by the airport scheduled to be completed in about 14 months…