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AMLO government denies President’s decree for flights

Mexico City. – Secretary of the Interior, Adam Augusto Lopez HernandezDenied that a presidential decree would be promoted Andres Manuel…


Mexico City. – Secretary of the Interior, Adam Augusto Lopez HernandezDenied that a presidential decree would be promoted Andres Manuel Lopez Obradorwhich limits flights at Mexico City International Airport forcing airlines to operate more Felipe Angeles International Airport,

Adam Augusto Lopez Reported from La Manera on May 11, that yesterday the federal government had reached agreements with airlines for domestic and charter cargo flights to begin their AIFA OperationsAs a period of 6 months to complete the total operations from Santa Lucia.

Similarly, airlines maintaining airport usage fee (TUA) related debts will cease operations AICMApart from the fact that unscheduled flights will not be allowed, a measure that went into effect on Tuesday.

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Denying that the said decree would be promoted, the Interior Secretary pointed out that, as part of negotiations with the airlines, it has already been agreed that they will proceed. flights to AIFAGiven that Aeroméxico can maintain 60 daily operations from the new airport by the end of 2022.

He said that Felipe Engels expects 20 Aeromexico operations in the month of August. Adam Augustus,

Wilchis denied

except, Ana Elizabeth Garcia VilchisoThe presenter of “Who’s Who in Lies” also reported on the false decree being promoted by the government to force airlines to take flights for Felipe Engels.

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García Vilchis showed various social network publications where the alleged presidential decree was disseminated, accusing him of spreading false news, in particular pointing to journalist and political scientist Dennis Dresser.

AMLO government denies President’s decree for flights

2022-05-11 13:17:31