Cruise Passengers Land In Puerto Vallarta For Airlift

Cruise ships landed in Puerto Vallarta as part of the airlift to let the passengers fly back to their country of origin

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In recent days, the cruise ship MS Europe arrived in Puerto Vallarta as part of the airlift to let the passengers fly back to their country of origin.

On March 19, a special protocol was established for the proper land of 357 elderly german passengers to organize their departure to Europe on two charter flights.

“The Bahamas-flagged vessel arrived from New Zealand, last port Honolulu, Hawaii,” explained the Ministry of Communications and Transportation.

The people who got off the ship were reviewed by the International Health team in Puerto Vallarta, and later transferred to the local airport.

The saturation of the Puerto Vallarta International airport last weekend, caused the users of social networks to react.

 

The German citizens did not go through counters or last waiting rooms, and entered the platform directly.

“A safety protocol was implemented at the foot of the plane and a final fumigation was carried out by International Health.” detailed the Ministry of Communications and Transportation.

People traveled on two flights, one that departed for Keflavik, Iceland on Friday, on the IcelandAir Company charter flight, on the Boeing 767 aircraft with the TF-ISW registration and another on Saturday for Air Belgium, Air Bus 340-313 aircraft, registration 00-ABD, bound for the city of Dusseldorf, Germany.

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