Mexican airport operator GAP (NYSE: PAC, BMV: GAP) reported nearly flat passenger traffic for February, with just a 0.02% increase over the same month last year.
Domestic traffic was up 2.9%, with three of the firm's 12 airports handling fewer passengers than in February 2010, GAP said in a release.
International traffic was down 3.9% year-on-year. The largest volume of international travel was at Puerto Vallarta airport, which handled 241,000 passengers in the period, a 3.5% decrease compared with the previous year.
Compatriot airport operator Asur (NYSE: ASR, BMV: ASUR) handled nearly 1.42mn passengers in February, down 1.5% from the prior-year period.
International traffic slid 2.3% year-on-year, with six of the firm's nine airports handling fewer passengers.
Domestic traffic increased by a modest 0.2%. Cancún airport led gains, with an 11.8% jump over February 2010, Asur said in a release.
Finally, airport operator OMA (Nasdaq: OMAB, BMV: OMA) saw February passenger traffic at its 13 airports fall 2.8% year-over-year.
International traffic dropped by 11.6%, with 10 airports reporting losses. The most significant decreases were at Acapulco, Zihuatanejo and Zacatecas airports, which are still being affected by Mexicana airline's suspension of operations, OMA said in a release.
Domestic traffic rose 0.3% compared with the prior-year period. Five airports reported growth in traffic, including OMA's largest airport, Monterrey, which handled 4.7% more passengers than in February 2010.