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Woman from Indianapolis Cancun International’s 30th million passenger

Cancun, Q.R. — The Cancun International Airport has recorded its 30th million visitor. The landmark figure was achieved Wednesday at Terminal 3 by an American Airline passenger.

Lisa Marie Stickley from Indianapolis, Indiana arrived at the airport with her husband Chad for a 12-day stay. However it was Lisa that was the airport’s 30th million passenger.

She was met by State Governor Mara Lezama and presented with a gift. While in their company, Lezama pointed out the tourist success of the state, which she said, is due “to the treatment of its people, its natural beauties and the trust of tourists and investors,” adding that the airport continues with an average of 500 flights per day.

“I want to thank the thousands of people who, with their unbeatable treatment and human warmth, make Quintana Roo the tourist giant of Latin America,” she said before the Stickley’s departed the terminal.

This is the Stickley’s fifth consecutive visit to Cancun. Lisa told the governor that they have come every year for the past five to celebrate their wedding anniversary. This year, they are staying for 12 days.