MEXICO CITY, May 27 (Reuters) - Mexican airport operator
Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacifico said on Thursday it had repaid
two bank loans with a total value of 2 billion pesos ($100.24
million) ahead of schedule.
The Guadalajara-headquartered group, which
operates 12 airports in the Pacific region, said in a statement
a 1 billion peso loan to Scotiabank was due in July 2021 and a
loan of the same amount to BBVA in May 2022.
"These loans were contracted at the beginning of the
pandemic, between April and May 2020, for general corporate
purposes," the statement added.
To repay them, the group used proceeds from its most recent
bond emission and its own resources.
($1 = 19.9520 Mexican pesos)
(Reporting by Stefanie Eschenbacher
Editing by Chris Reese)