Puerto Vallarta International Airport
The Puerto Vallarta International Airport is located 7.5 kilometers from the city of Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco and 10 kilometers from the destination Nuevo Vallarta in the state of Nayarit in the Bay of Banderas.
The Licenciado Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International Airport was named in memory of the President of Mexico, it is mainly a tourist airport, with the majority of the passengers that visit the airport in spring and early summer. The airport serves multiple destinations in North America and is one of three airports in Mexico with intercontinental destinations.
It has two terminal buildings: the main terminal building of commercial aviation and the general aviation, the track has capacity for 40 operations per hour, measures 3,100 meters long by 45 meters wide, the track allows to attend without restrictions the routes and equipment that Currently Operating the various airlines, the exclusive VIP lounge, the VIP Lounge Puerto Vallarta.
During 2015 the airport received 3,565,613 passengers, while in 2016 were 4,063,300 passengers, according to data published by the Pacific Airport Group.
Puerto Vallarta has seen the recent growth and expansion, due to the demand that has the destination.
British tourist airline Thomson Airways serves the airport with 2 flights a week to London-Gatwick and Manchester, Thomson Airways flies from Manchester to Puerto Vallarta and is also the longest route of the airline today, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Phoenix-Sky Harbor are The busiest international routes to the airport, serving more than 100,000 passengers annually, among all the airlines serving the airport, Westjet is the largest international carrier connecting 13 different Canadian cities to Puerto Vallarta.
Air Transat, one of the largest airlines at the airport, seasonally, Air Transat flies from Vancouver, Montreal and Toronto, Air Canada’s subsidiary airline, Air Canada Rouge connects Vancouver to Puerto Vallarta twice a day all year, New Southwest Airlines, which began Service to Puerto Vallarta in June 2015 for Orange County.
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