Pacific Airport Group (GAP), the operators of the Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International Airport in Puerto Vallarta, has announced a new series of infrastructure enhancements as part of their 2015-2019 Master Development Plan.
“We are projecting a completely new terminal building, with more space, excellent services and commercial areas, so that the passengers enjoy their traveling experience,” said Raúl Revuelta, GAP’s general director.
The proposed terminal will cover an area of 19,000 square meters, permitting the scheduling of more international flights.
Other renovations include additional baggage lines to expedite travel time for patrons.
As part of its master plan, GAP has already introduced free Wifi at the airport, in addition to installing an international VIP area.
GAP anticipates serving more than five million travelers at the Puerto Vallarta airport by the end of 2018.
According to Saúl Sanabria, the airport’s administrator, the cost of the infrastructure enhancements could exceed 360 million pesos ($US17.8 million) when completed.