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March 21, 2013
05:37 EDTPACAeroportuario del Pacifico files appeal of ruling that by-laws are invalid
Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacifico announced that based on the press release distributed February 26, the company has filed an appeal before a Federal Court challenging the decision of an intermediate appellate court that confirmed the decision of the state civil court of Mexico City that found certain of the company's by-laws to be invalid. As a result, GAP confirms that its by-laws remain valid and binding and consequently, require all of the company's shareholders to adhere to the company's by-laws.
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September 18, 2014
14:55 EDTPACGAP Airports says Abertis changes will not have a material effect
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September 17, 2014
07:46 EDTPACGrupo Aeroportuario says Los Cabos airport operating non-commercial flights
Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico, S.A.B. de C.V. informs that, due to Hurricane Odile, which moved through the Baja California coastal area on Sunday, September 14, the Los Cabos International Airport experienced damage to the building, including the detachment of the roof covering in Terminal 1 and the collapse of ceiling panels in Terminal 2. The runway, taxiways and aprons experienced damage that was able to be repaired in the very short term, which allowed air terminal flights to begin on September 16 for the transfer of provisions, medicine and water for those people affected in the area as well as for flights for the evacuation of tourists. The airport has the means necessary to carry out the cleanup work and the removal of debris, which has already begun, in order to reinitiate commercial operations as soon as possible. However, given the extent of damage in the terminal buildings, the reestablishment of all of the elements of passenger comfort at each of the buildings will require a few more days. GAP expects that the regularization of operations will take place within a time frame of approximately 10 days. Thereafter, operations will take place under the normal safety protocol typically followed at GAP’s airports, through dedication of the resources and efforts necessary to ensure that operations during the winter season will operate as usual. GAP will continue supporting the federal and state authorities in all that is necessary for operations and activities in the region to return to normal in the shortest time possible.
September 15, 2014
16:53 EDTPACGAP Airports Los Cabos, La Paz Airports affected by Hurricane Odile
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