AIRPORTS COUNCIL INTERNATIONAL (ACI) NAMES CANCUN AS THE BEST AIRPORT IN LATIN AMERICA FOR THE SECOND CONSECUTIVE TIME
Cancun, Mexico (February 22, 2011) – The Airports Council International (ACI) has named the Cancun International Airport as Latin America’s best airport for the second year in a row. Thanks to its quality of its services the airport has been placed among the top five spots worldwide among airports that serve between 5 and 15 million passengers per year.
This is a product of ASUR’s successful job of constantly elevating the quality standards in both service and customer care that it provides for its passengers.
“The Cancun CVB is extremely proud of ASUR’s ongoing quality, service and excellence in maintaining our destination’s airport as one of the top airports to be internationally recognized. When visitors enter our destination, the service, hospitality and professionalism they receive is as equally as important as their experience within the destination, and we are glad our visitors have that top-notch experience from the moment they step foot in Cancun” said Jesus Almaguer, Director of the Cancun CVB.
The award ceremony will take place on the 7th of April during the Regional Assembly of the ACI- ASIA, in new Dehli, India, lead by the General Director of the Airport Council International Angela Gittens.
Cancun is located in the northern part of the southeastern Mexican state of Quintana Roo. It is Mexico’s number one tourist destination and is known all over the world for its spectacular beaches, unique beauty and breathtaking turquoise waters.
Cancun’s shoreline recently underwent a $71 Million Dollar makeover, that featured 1.3 billion gallons of sand to renovating the Hotel Zone’s seashore. The most popular tourism destination in Mexico and Latin America has also added to its sun, beach, and nightlife, by creating a unique five-day route that will offer visitors a chance to experience adventure and interaction with nature. Cancun and the Treasures of the Caribbean invite travelers to discover the vast natural, cultural and gastronomical cultures of Puerto Morelos, and the four islands of the Mexican Caribbean: Holbox, Isla Mujeres, Contoy and Cozumel. Cancun is a multifaceted destination that combines nature, historical Mayan Culture, glamour, luxury and world class tourism with adventure, nature and of gastronomical magic.
For more information, visit the Cancun Convention and Visitors Bureau website at www.cancun.travel.com