Federal government secures corporate and Interjet counters at the AICM

The Ministry of Infrastructure, Communications and Transportation (SICT), the Ministry of the Navy (Semar) and the International Airport of Mexico City (AICM) they assured the office building Interjet -known as corporate– and the area of counters of Terminal 1, in order to recover them.

The foregoing in the exercise of the legal powers of the AICM administration and because it is a unattachable federally owned real estateTherefore, in a procedure carried out before a notary public, possession of said properties was taken, which remained under the protection of the Secretary of the Navy.

Likewise, it explained that during the procedure, to notify the requirement for the delivery of the illegally occupied spaces, only in the counter area in front of gate 4 of Terminal 1, there remained a person who lacked the Airport Identification Card ( TIA) presenting only an identification issued by said company, as stated.

Consequently, he was asked to withdraw from space, which he did peacefully.

“The actions deployed were carried out without carrying out any action that would disturb the users of the Airport, based on the National Security Law, the General Law of National Assets, the Airport Law and regulations of the airport itself.”

Interjet has a fiscal debt of approximately 30 billion pesos (about 1.5 billion dollars), reported last September the then head of the Tax Administration Service (SAT), Raquel Buenrostro.

Interjet, what last august was declared bankrupt, stopped flying at the end of 2020 after the coronavirus pandemic aggravated its already battered finances. Since then, it has been seeking to reactivate itself and reach agreements with its smaller creditors, such as airports and suppliers.

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However, the SAT is its biggest creditor.

The official added that the signature could reduce its liabilities by 19 billion pesos if he manages to produce the proper documentation.

Founded in 2004 by Miguel Alemán, grandson of the former Mexican president with the same name, Interjet began to show financial problems at the beginning of 2020, which worsened with the crisis unleashed by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Finally, at the end of that year, he stopped making flights.


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