Mexico. – Journalist Carlos Loret de Mola assures that AICM has flight problems, and President AMLO is responsibleHowever, he strongly denies the situation despite the recent incident in which the two planes collided.
Today through his column published on May 12, 2022 universalLorette de Mola warned that “human life is in danger” For him Redesign of air traffic routes and opening of Felipe ngeles International Airport (AIFA), four years ago AMLO was warned about its project.
The columnist pointed to President Andres Manuel López Obrador as the person responsible for the flight problems at Mexico City International Airport due to the hasty opening of AIFA.
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,It is clear that there is a problem. This is serious and we are responsible. The first is called Andres Manuel López Obrador, who decided to make aviation a political flag. They didn’t think of it as the result of a technical analysis or a strategic development approach,” said Lorette de Mola.
Journalist Latinas Recalled that two Volaris planes were about to collide last weekend”A fatal control error in AICM“, as he directed a flight to land on a runway where an aircraft was about to take off.
President facing questions López Obrador denies there are problems with flights and even accuses conservatives They were invented, apart from highlighting that the AICM incident had nothing to do with AIFA, which was questioned by the opposition journalist.
However, after the incident the Ministry of Home Affairs (segobo) held an emergency meeting to deal with the problem that according to AMLO was “non-existent”, confirmed by Carlos Loret de Mola, who says that Officials “recover” the airlines To force them to transfer flights to AIFA.
,The president says it has nothing to do with Felipe Angels airport, but it has nothing to do with it, On the table it was used to extort money from national airlines for “voluntarily sending flights to Ghost Airport,” he said.
AMLO government denied the decree
The AMLO government, through the head of Segob, Aidan Augusto López, rejected the promotion of a presidential decree to limit flights at AICM and transfer them to AIFA.
On 11 May at La Mannera, the Secretary of the Interior explained that an agreement was reached with airlines to allow them to resume their operations at AIFA within a maximum period of 6 months, while companies that maintain airport-related debt use ( TUA) will stop working in AICM and unscheduled flights will not be allowed till May 12.
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The official stressed that with the deal, Aeromexico could conduct 60 daily flights from Felipe Angels airport by the end of this year, and 20 daily flights from the same airline by August.
Along the same lines, Ana Elisabeth García Vilchis, who directs the “Who’s Who in the Lies” section at La Manera, also denied that airlines had to move their flights to AIFA through a presidential order. has been forced.
Laureate de Mola accuses AMLO of flight problems by AIFA