Triple the complaints came from travelers whose flights at the Mérida airport were either delayed or canceled in the last 30 days.
Yucatán state officials take pleasure in welcoming Aeroméxico’s inaugural flight from Atlanta, the largest airport in the world.
A group of Aeromexico pilots went on strike early Tuesday, affecting more than 3,500 passengers, including hundreds in Mérida.
After 30 years, Aeroméxico is considering dropping its flights to Miami, tourism secretary Saul Ancona Salazar confirmed.
Flights for the upcoming weekends from Mexico City to the Yucatecan capital are packed.
Mérida’s steady growth has convinced Aeromexico to bring back flights to Atlanta, a Delta hub.
Tropic Air suspended flights to Mérida and other cities after a tax hike made the trips substantially more expensive.
Foot traffic is up 15 percent at the Manuel Crescencio Rejón International Airport in Mérida.
The so-called “JetBlue of Mexico” celebrated Friday morning as it launched its new nonstop service to Mexico City and Cancun.
Stepped-up security measures from the U.S. Homeland Security Department affect travelers coming in to the States from 280 international airports, including Mexico’s and Canada’s.