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Military officer Carlos Ignacio Velázquez Tiscareño appointed director of Mexico City International Airport

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Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador gave instructions to designate the retired Vice Admiral in charge of the country’s main air entrance.

Retired Vice Admiral Carlos Ignacio Velázquez Tiscareño has been appointed as the new General Director of the Mexico City International Airport (AICM), replacing mechanical engineer Carlos Morán Moguel.

Velázquez Tiscareño’s appointment comes after months of complaints about delays, cancellations and some incidents at the AICM, which is the main air entrance to the Latin American country.

The appointment of the military man in charge of the AICM was ordered by the Mexican president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, who on June 30 announced that Security at the Mexico City International Airport would be the responsibility of the Secretary of the Navy.

Who is the director of the AICM?

Velázquez Tiscareño trained at the Heroica Naval Military School and at the Naval Aviation School, where he graduated as naval aviator pilot fixed wing.

Likewise, the new director of the AICM completed a master’s degree in Naval Administration and in Planning and National Security from the Centro de Estudios Supe Naval Officers (CESNAV), as well as a master’s degree in Strategic National Resources at the National Defense University in Washington DC

Regarding his professional experience, the Secretariat of Infrastructure, Communications and Transportation (SICT) highlighted that Velázquez Tiscareño was commander in the First Naval Air Squadron of Isla Mujeres, in Quintana Roo; in the Second Naval Air Squadron of Mexico City; and in the Presidential Transport Air Squadron of the capital.

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