Inauguration ceremony of the Madrid-Los Cabos connection at the Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas airport ABC
The Mexican destination expects to receive more than 4,000 Spanish tourists thanks to this weekly connection
Los Cabos, a Mexican tourist destination located in southern Baja California, has just launched a direct connection with Spain through Iberojet, the Ávoris Corporación Empresarial airline. With this weekly flight, the Caribbean destination expects to receive more than 4,000 Spanish tourists.
The first flight, operated with an Airbus A350, took off on Monday, July 18, from Madrid's Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas airport with a load factor of 94%. This connection will be offered once a week (Mondays) during the summer season, that is, until September with departure at 12:30 p.m. from Madrid and return at 7:50 p.m. from Los Cabos.
“We will be able to strengthen tourist and commercial relations, in addition to generating an economic spillover between the two countries”
Ambassador of Mexico in Spain
"With this new flight, we strengthen relations with a new destination in the Mexican Pacific and with this, we will be able to strengthen tourist and commercial relations, in addition to generating an economic spillover between the two countries," said the Mexican ambassador to Spain, Quirino Ordaz , who presided over the farewell ceremony for this first flight at the Madrid airport.
Los Cabos received 2.8 million tourists last year, most of them from the United States. Only about 35,000 visitors were Europeans, mainly British, French and German. However, Europe is a strategic emerging market for this Mexican tourist enclave that seeks to position itself as a luxury destination throughout the world.
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