Mexico.- Federal deputy of the Labor Party (PT), Gerardo Fernández Norona, blasted against the former PAN president Vicente Fox Quesada After criticizing the incident between the latter Two airplanes of the airline Volaris at Mexico City International Airport (AICM,
Last Saturday night, a video was released showing how an aircraft with a capacity of about 150 passengers was authorized to land on another aircraft of the same capacity that was on the left loop of the capital’s airport complex. Standing on runway 05. ,
using your official account TwitterThe PT deputy called former President Fox Quesada an “airhead”, emphasizing that two Volaris planes collided at Mexico City International Airport.AICM), as the former Federal President mentioned Felipe Engels International Airport (AIFA), one of the President’s distinguished projects Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador,
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“Hollow head @VicenteFoxQue, inform yourself and leave. It was in @AICM_mx and luckily it didn’t happen to adults,” wrote Fernández Norona, sharing the publication of the former head of Mexico’s federal executive power.
Significantly, in a tweet by former President Vicente Fox Quesada, the former head of state referred to the problem that has been faced by the administration of the Fourth Transformation after the redesign of the airspace.
Furthermore, when Fox points to an “error” involved in the construction of the airport in Santa Lucia, Mexico, he refers to the cancellation of New Mexico International Airport at the same time (naim), which was going to be located in Texcoco, which was intended to be able to relieve traffic in AICM.
“Keep playing with fire, Lopez. There are many passengers and there will be many deaths! What a big mistake AIFA. What irresponsibility!” said Pan.
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Last week, the International Federation of Air Line Pilots Association (IFALPA) issued a safety bulletin in which it alerted pilots of companies to certain “incidents” recorded at AICM at the time of landing, which resulted in AIFA becoming operational on 21 March of the year.