Sectur and Copa Airlines reinforce working alliance to promote Mexican destinations
The Secretary of Tourism Miguel Torruco Marqués met this morning, virtually, with directors of the Panamanian airline
The Secretary of Tourism of the Federal Government, Miguel Torruco Marqués, held a working meeting with executives of Copa Airlines, in which they explored the possibilities of adding new routes of this airline to our country, among other topics.
During the meeting, which was held remotely, the head of the Ministry of Tourism (Sectur) was accompanied by the Undersecretary of Quality and Regulation, Humberto Hernández-Haddad; while the airline was represented by the vice president of Government Relations, Pablo de la Guardia, and its general manager in Mexico, Mauro Arredondo.
Secretary Torruco Marqués commented on the gradual recovery that the national tourism industry is experiencing in the face of the severe impact that Covid-19 caused in the tourism industry worldwide, for which he raised the possibility of thinking about new routes to our country.
In this regard, Pablo de la Guardia expressed that the decision made by the Mexican government not to restrict the arrival of flights due to the Covid-19 pandemic was very successful, since this has helped the recovery of the sector in our country is being "much more forceful and fast."
In this way, both Copa Airlines and the Ministry of Tourism reinforced their working alliance in favor of the destination Mexico.
For his part, Mauro Arredondo pointed out that last October Copa Airlines celebrated 30 years of flying to Mexico and currently links Panama with four national destinations: Cancun, Mexico City, Monterrey and Guadalajara.