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Operations at the Mérida Airport closed due to the Hurricane Beryl

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The command of the Mérida International Airport issued the closure of the air terminal, due to the arrival of Hurricane Beryl over Yucatán.

According to a statement, this July 5, the station will remain closed from 12 noon until 5:59 in the afternoon, when the meteor would have already emerged into the Gulf of Mexico.

The Merida airport woke up today with low activity in its aircraft arrival and departure operations because the number of canceled flights increased.

A morning report from Grupo Asur states that the arrival and departure operations dropped to 30% due to flight cancellations. Usually, 70 plane arrival and departure operations from various destinations in the country and abroad are scheduled today. Still, only 21 will arrive during the day, if they do not decide at the last minute to cancel the flights. In total 49 operations were canceled today.

Flights from the United States to Mérida were maintained, but there were delays in their scheduled times. For example, American Airlines flights from Miami and Dallas had to land at the “Manuel Crescencio Rejón” airport in Mérida in the early hours of the morning but did not arrive until 10 in the morning.

United Airlines Flight 1427 bound for the United States left Mérida airport at 7 in the morning with 70 passengers.

TYT Newsroom

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