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Wednesday, June 1, 2011

NEWS - Better Air Quality in Mexicali

MEXICALI, B.C. Tuesday May 31, 2011 - Thanks to the efforts of the State Governor José Guadalupe Osuna Millán to facilitate the arrival of visitors to the state capital, is currently investing significant resources to improve air connectivity in the city, which will bring greater flow tourists and improve the competitive level of Mexicali.

The Secretary of State Tourism Juan Tintos Funcke said this in the context of the Board of the Advisory Council Mexicali International Airport during which he announced the investment of $ 39.4 million pesos, which recently made the Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacifico (GAP ) in the airport facilities in order to improve the services offered, works that are complemented by a comprehensive vision of the State Government to provide resources for the Public Trust Mexicali Tourism (FPPTM) tied with the Council Mexican Tourist Promotion (CPTM) in the amount of $ 6.7 million pesos that will drive the promotion and dissemination of the destination nationally and internationally.

"This measure is very beneficial to Mexicali, as well as having a renewed air infrastructure, invested about $ 1.555 million pesos by the SCT to improve the road network that will provide our visitors better ways to travel to different destinations the State, as is the port of San Felipe.

Similarly, the State Government to improve the facilities of the enclosure to the seat of congresses and conventions with capacity of more than 2,500 people, which has been promoting the private sector with an investment of $ 29 million pesos between 2010 and 2011, which strengthens the business tourism and meetings, said the owner of the SECTURE. Another important work is the investment by the U.S. Government $ 128 million dollars for the construction of the new international border crossing at Mexicali-Calexico, which will improve the movement of travelers on both sides of the border.

However, the work is not finished and that the instruction of Governor Osuna Millan is insisting on achieving more flights and best schedule to more destinations to be more competitive, so that through the GAP and SECTURE, murals will be placed promotion of the city and the state in the Guadalajara airport so that passengers know the benefits of Mexicali and decide to visit for business, conventions or leisure or holiday, concluded the Secretary of Tourism.