Still missing studies for the project of Santa Lucia: Riobóo

Still missing studies for the project of Santa Lucia: Riobóo

José María Riobóo, advisor to the airport project in St. lucia, said on Wednesday that studies to start building the two additional tracks at the air base will be ready in three to four months.

In an interview with the media, after leaving a meeting with the elected president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, in the house of transition, the businessman said that there are still studies for the work, which will be ready in the coming months, but He reiterated that the construction of the two tracks in Santa Lucia is viable.

In addition, he pointed out that in the current Mexico City International Airport (AICM) will be subject to an update and noted that the Presidential Hangar will cease to operate.

For the case of Toluca International Airport, said that it does not require updating works, but it is necessary that the airlines return to this air terminal, because it will help to relieve AICM operations a little.

Rioboó clarified that the works of the project of construction of the airport of Santa Lucia are in charge of Sergio Samaniego

The businessman dismissed the studies made by the company MITER in which he assured that these would take 10 years, and said that the consultation had not been made if the project was not possible.

"Neither the survey would have been done, if it was not feasible," he said.

He added that with the first study carried out by the company Navblue It is enough to determine that the airport in Santa Lucia is feasible.

Rioboó explained that "MITER is due to its former patrons. My opinion is that he said something that is not true: that Santa Lucia was not feasible with the airport in Mexico; that's a tantrum, a 'drowned kick' ".

On October 25, the consultant sent a letter addressed to Alfonso Romo, who will be Head of the Office of the President of the elected president, and the current and next head of the Ministry of Communications and Transportation, Gerardo Ruiz Esparza and Javier Jiménez Espriú, in which he explained that the simultaneous operation of the current airport in Mexico City and Santa Lucia was a risk.

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