Supreme Court refuses to intervene in dispute over airspace redesign

The redesign of the airspace in the Valley of Mexico. Special Photo

No Supreme Court minister was interested in attracting the appeal of a Huixquilucan resident against the redesign of the airspace

The Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (SCJN) refused to intervene in the dispute over the redesign of the air space of the Mexico’s valley before the start-up of the Felipe Ángeles International Airport (AIFA).

The First room of the Supreme Court detailed that no Minister was interested in attracting the appeal for review processed by a resident of Huixquilucan against the redesign of airspace.

Lawyer Javier Mijangos and González filed the amparo on the grounds that the noise of the planes violate your right and that of your family to a healthy environment, being the fractionation The Horseshoe, where he lives, part of the new air route.

The file will thus return to Tenth Collegiate Court in Administrative Matters, which since May revoked the provisional suspensions against him airspace redesign.

By revoking the suspensions the Tenth court He emphasized that the common good should be privileged above the private interest, while “the community has an interest in regulating and improving the provision of civil and State air transport services.”

The redesign of the airspace will take effect to allow the simultaneous operation of the new AIFA, the Mexico City International Airport (AICM) and the Toluca International Airport (AIT).

With information from López-Dóriga Digital

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