CANCUN, Mexico – GigNet, a Digital Infrastructure company with an extensive regional fiber-optic broadband network from Costa Mujeres, north of Cancun, through the Hotel Zone of Tulum, announced today it is providing advanced broadband to Airport Travel Advisors to provide Internet access for passengers once they have gone through immigration and baggage claim and as they wait for their transportation at the Cancun International Airport.
The Cancun International Airport is one of the most important airports in Mexico, ranking second after Mexico City International Airport. It is considered one of the most important points in Latin America due to the number of international flights. Currently operated by ASUR, the airport has reached 25 million passengers who transited through its facilities throughout 2019. In 2021, just one year after Cancun re-opened its doors to travelers from all over the world, flights at the Cancun International Airport have increased from an average of 39 flights per day in 2020 to 470 flights per day. International flights to Cancun are available from 42 cities in the United States as well as Germany, France, United Kingdom, Portugal, Russia, Poland, Turkey, Bogota, Costa Rica, Panama, and Peru. Cancun, Riviera Maya, and Tulum are the premier destinations in the Caribbean.