Puerto Vallarta amplifies its accessibility by air, reaching new destinations within Mexico and abroad, thus promoting a greater tourist attraction.
This means good news for the regional economy, since it will have air infrastructure to attract the arrival of a greater number of visitors throughout the year.
Villaseñor Nolasco explains that this month 1,600 flights will be registered at Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International Airport, with double-digit growth compared to 2022. In addition, it will connect with 19 cities in Mexico and the United States thanks to Volaris. An additional 186 daily seats will be added from Los Angeles, increasing international connectivity.
Puerto Vallarta stands out as a tourist destination after the pandemic, its hotel occupancy leads its economic reactivation.