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AIFA, Tulum Airport, Maya Train, Mexicana: Sheinbaum tours AMLO’s emblematic works

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Claudia Sheinbaum is on a campaign tour in Southeast Mexico. She is visiting emblematic works of AMLO: AIFA, Tulum, Tren Maya. 

Minutes before 6:00 a.m., Claudia Sheinbaum arrived at the Felipe Ángeles International Airport (AIFA). Wearing a dress and white sneakers, she approached the boarding gate where she couldn’t even sit down, as passengers who were flying to Tulum, rushed to take a selfie with the candidate.

It is not the first time that the presidential candidate has used the AIFA to travel to a state in the country, but this Wednesday was the first time that she used Mexicana de Aviación, an airline that only resumed operations last December.

While the users were boarding the plane, Sheinbaum was quick to record a video in which she showed off not only the ticket for the company that the administration of Andrés Manuel López Obrador put back into operation, and which had her name as a passenger but also to list the president’s “achievements” that she will be visiting during the weekend.

Photo: Especial

In one hour and 40 minutes, Sheinbaum and the dozens of passengers who were on the same plane arrived at the Felipe Carrillo Puerto airport in Tulum, a work that was also completed in this six-year term, so Sheinbaum took the opportunity to record a new video that minutes later was shared on her social networks.

Later on, Claudia Sheinbaum took the Maya Train to travel north, toward Playa del Carmen and Cancun.

The last stop that Sheinbaum made in Quintana Roo was a rally at the Malecón Tejamar in Cancún, to which the presidential candidate arrived one hour late.

San Miguel Times

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