Tulum, Q.R. — The Tulum International Airport is around 40 percent complete. On Monday, Ricardo Vallejo Suárez, who is in charge of the group of military engineers of the Ministry of National Defense (Sedena), provided the update.
He says there is a physical progress of around 40 percent. “We have 10 construction fronts organized here. We are working on pouring concrete on the runway, on the taxiway platforms and roads.
“We are also assembling a metal structure in the passenger terminal building, in the various hangars and the fuel terminal,” he said regarding the upcoming Felipe Carrillo Puerto International Airport of Tulum.
The shaft of the air traffic control tower and the electrical infrastructure to connect the complex to the national electrical network are already built, he reported. They are currently working structures, masonry and installations of the various buildings of the airport complex.