The decision by Mexico’s newly-installed government led by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador to cancel further construction of its new international airport will cost over MXP100 billion ($5 billion), according to estimates IATA cited. IATA regional VP The Americas Peter Cerda described the decision, approved by a public referendum held at the end of October, as “one of the biggest challenges for our industry. “Various national and international ...

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