The former Minister of Transport of the management of Mauricio Macri, Guillermo Dietrich, nothing was saved and it was very critical with the decision to close the airport of Dovecote, where low cost airlines operated, which were promoted by Cambiemos, and did not rule out that union interference may be behind the measure: pilots union especially him has done a lot of damage the airline industry and it has done a lot of damage to the country, “he said.
“There may be a question of ideology, or of ineffectiveness. Or it may also be that it was the only airport in Argentina where the traditional Aerolineas unions were not, “he said in statements to LN +, and in this way, he referred to the cancellation of commercial operations at that airport in the midst of the pandemic , for which he held the union leadership responsible.
In addition, who opened the complex in 2018, attacked the Air Pilots Association: “When there were stoppages, that airport continued to operate. The pilots union especially has done a lot of damage to the airline sector and has done a lot of damage to the country; it has always been against the low cost, “he said. He also considered that this decision influenced local employment.
“As a country, we have an obligation to generate work. Beyond everything that the Palomar generated around it, 1000 people worked inside. And what the Government did was: there was a factory in the suburbs, which is one of the places in Argentina, where more work has to be generated, and the factory closed, “he said, adding that” low-cost companies charge cheaper in the moments in which people do not want to travel, and we did that by taking out the minimum fare that was in the tickets “.
Finally, he destroyed the double discourse of the national government: “We fill our mouths talking about federalism, but federalism is that the provinces can develop. That the people of Tucumán can stay in Tucumán, and that the Fuegians can stay in Tierra del Fuego. When you break air connectivity, pay attention in the first place to the development of federalism ”, he closed.