Tulum, Q.R. — President Andrés Manuel López Obrador made a brief report on the construction of the Tulum Airport. His short note was delivered after a flyover of the southern region June 3.
López Obrador has been making the trip every 15 days to supervise construction advancements on both the Maya Train route and the Tulum airport. During his last flyover, he reported a 44 percent advancement on the new airport, a four percent increase in completion from his last visit.
He also commented on the runway, referring to it as nearly finished.
“The 3,700-meter runway is practically finished and there are 4,800 construction workers directed by the military engineers responsible for the work,” he said.
On June 4, López Obrador participated in work meetings on sections 4 and 5 attended by the state governor, María Elena Lezama Espinosa. Members of the cabinet and the companies Mota-Engil, Grupo ICA and Grupo INDI also participated.