Terminal B Carries The Vitro seal

San Pedro Garza García, Nuevo León, México, August 31, 2010 –Programmed to be inaugurated on September 1 the new Terminal B at the Monterrey International Airport has the capacity to process more than two million passengers per year.

The construction under the supervision of Grupo Aeroportuario Centro Norte(OMA) began in 2006 generating approximately one thousand jobs with an investment of 800 million pesos. In the new terminal around 120 thousand flights per year will be handled and approximately 700 full time jobs will be created.Once inaugurated the airport will become the only airport in Mexico with three terminals and, additionally, will be the first in Latin America to handle simultaneous landings and takeoffs.
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