Venustiano Carranza, Mexico City /
One day earlier than planned by the administration, the Airtrainpassenger service that connects terminals 1 and 2 of the Mexico City International Airport (AICM), will reopen to the public at 5:00 a.m. on Tuesday 12 of December of 2023.
Through a message spread on social networks, the AICM reported that the reopening of the Airtrain It occurs after maintenance work “scheduled to finish tomorrow” and carried out hastily by engineers from the airport and SINTRAa company that maintains the monorail service.
Will you use the Airtrain in December?
He AICM He detailed in his X account:
“As of 05:00 hours on December 12, the normal operation of our Airtrainat the end of the maintenance work, which was scheduled to finish tomorrow, but was carried out efficiently in such a way that it was completed a day earlier […] Our recognition to engineers of the AICM and the company SINTRA for this effort”.
#AICInforma: Starting this December 12 at 05:00 hrs, the normal operation of our Aerotrén will resume, at the end of the maintenance work, which was scheduled to end tomorrow, but was carried out efficiently in such a way. manner…
— @AICM_mx (@AICM_mx) December 12, 2023
It was Monday, December 4, when the administration of AICM reported on that same social network that the maintenance would consist of correction and leveling of the road Airtrain in different sections, due to differential sags of the land.