La Paz International Airport

Manuel Márquez de León International Airport (IATA: LAP, ICAO: MMLP) is an international airport located at La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico, near the Gulf of California. It handles national and international air traffic of the city of La Paz.

In 2017, the airport handled 837,162 passengers, and in 2018 it handled 916,599 passengers.

Manuel Márquez de León International Airport

Aeropuerto Internacional Manuel Márquez de León
Airport typePublic
OperatorGrupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico
LocationLa Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico
Elevation AMSL69 ft / 21 m
Coordinates24°04′21″N 110°21′44″W / 24.07250°N 110.36222°WCoordinates: 24°04′21″N 110°21′44″W / 24.07250°N 110.36222°W
LAP is located in Baja California Sur
LAP is located in Mexico
Direction Length Surface
m ft
18/36 2,500 8,202 Concrete
Statistics (2018)
Total Passengers916,599
Ranking in Mexico19th Increase 3
Source: Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico

Airlines and destinations

Aerpuerto de La Paz, BCS, 201710
La Paz Airport Control Tower.


Aeroméxico Connect Mexico City
Calafia Airlines Cabo San Lucas, Chihuahua, Ciudad Obregón, Culiacán, Guadalajara, Guaymas, Hermosillo, Loreto, Los Mochis, Mazatlán, Mexicali, Monterrey, Puebla, Tijuana
VivaAerobus Culiacán, Guadalajara, Monterrey
Seasonal: Mazatlán (resumes July 2, 2019)[1]
Volaris Guadalajara, Mexico City, Tijuana

Busiest routes

Busiest domestic routes at La Paz International Airport (2018)[2]
Rank City Passengers Ranking Airline
1  Mexico City, Mexico City 155,964 Steady Aeroméxico Connect, Volaris
2  Jalisco, Guadalajara 139,075 Steady Calafia Airlines, VivaAerobus, Volaris
3  Baja California, Tijuana 67,734 Steady Calafia Airlines, Volaris
4  Sinaloa, Culiacán 38,618 Steady Calafia Airlines, Viva Aerobus
5  Sonora, Hermosillo 13,955 Steady Calafia Airlines
6  Sinaloa, Mazatlán 13,311 Steady Calafia Airlines, VivaAerobus
7  Sinaloa, Los Mochis 11,968 Steady Calafia Airlines
8  Sonora, Ciudad Obregón 7,663 Steady Calafia Airlines
9  Nuevo León, Monterrey 3,820 Steady Calafia Airlines, VivaAerobus
10  Baja California Sur, Loreto 1,910 Steady Calafia Airlines

See also


  1. ^ "Your Search: Mazatlan - La Paz". VivaAerobús. April 2019. Retrieved April 7, 2019.
  2. ^ "Traffic Statistics by Airline" (in Spanish). Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes. January 2019. Retrieved March 12, 2019.

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2008 Pacific hurricane season

The 2008 Pacific hurricane season was a near average hurricane season. It officially started May 15, 2008 in the eastern Pacific, started on June 1, 2008 in the central Pacific, and lasted until November 30, 2008. This season is the first since 1996 to have no cyclones cross into the central Pacific. Activity this year was near average, with 16 storms forming in the Eastern Pacific proper and an additional 1 in the Central Pacific. There were 7 hurricanes, a low number compared to the typical 9, and only 2 major hurricanes, unlike the typical 5. There were only a few notable storms this year. Tropical Storm Alma made landfall along the Pacific coast of Nicaragua, becoming the first known storm to do so. It killed 9 and did US$35 million in damage (value in 2008). It also became the first tropical storm to be retired in the Eastern Pacific basin. Hurricane Norbert became the strongest hurricane to hit the western side of the Baja Peninsula on record, killing 25.

Calafia Airlines

Calafia Airlines is a Mexican regional airline founded in 1993, based in the Cabo San Lucas International Airfield. It was formerly named Aéreo Calafia till mid 2016, when as part of a commercial expansion project they decided to use a more commercial name, since they are negotiating international destinations. It has Embraer equipment. It has regular flights to the Baja California Peninsula and the Mexican Pacific coast, in addition to charter flights and tours.

Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico

Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico, S.A.B. de C.V. ("Pacific Airports Group, LLC"), known as GAP, is a Mexican airport operator headquartered in Guadalajara, Mexico. It operates 12 airports in the western states of Mexico, and 1 in Jamaica, including those of major Mexican cities Guadalajara and Tijuana, and two important tourist destinations, Los Cabos and Puerto Vallarta. It is the second largest airport services company by passenger traffic in Mexico. It serves approximately 27 million passengers annually, only surpassed by the operator of Mexico City International Airport.

Since 2011 there is an ongoing dispute between GAP and one of its major shareholders, Grupo Mexico, which holds more than 20% of the shares and announced it planned to acquire at least 30% of the shares. According to GAP by-laws, its shareholders should not hold more than 10% of the shares. In 2015, Grupo México announced it has reduced its stake in GAP, although not enough to meet GAP by-laws rules.GAP is listed on the Mexican Stock Exchange and in the NYSE through ADRs since 2006. It is a constituent of the IPC, the main benchmark index of the Mexican Stock Exchange.

List of Aeroméxico destinations

Aeroméxico and Aeroméxico Connect, which are both commercialized as Aeroméxico, serve the following destinations, as of May 2019.

List of the busiest airports in Mexico

This is the list of the busiest airports in Mexico, according to the Mexican Secretariat of Communications and Transportation. The busiest airport is Benito Juárez International Airport in Mexico City. The Top 10 includes the international airports of the beach resorts of Cancún, Los Cabos and Puerto Vallarta, and the large cities of Guadalajara and Monterrey.

TAR Aerolíneas

Link Conexión Aérea, S.A. de C.V., operating as TAR Aerolíneas, is an airline in Mexico based in the city of Querétaro, the capital city of the homonymous state. It operates scheduled flights to 34 national destinations. Its inaugural flight occurred on March 3, 2014 between Querétaro and Guadalajara. The company currently operates a fleet of 11 Embraer ERJ 145s to 27 destinations throughout Mexico. Its headquarters and main operational base is in Querétaro. with Guadalajara, Monterrey and Puerto Vallarta serving as Focus Cities.

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