The international airport here prepared to welcome its 2 millionth passenger this morning, with Gov. Rolando Zapata Bello in charge of receiving the illustrious visitor.
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.
More details are emerging about the hotel-shopping complex planned for Mérida’s airport entrance.
Images of the Yucatecan coast, beaches, sunrises and sunsets; of archaeological zones; of regional customs and traditions — all are seen through the lens of several local photojournalists in an exhibit called “Instantes.”
Dozens of communal landowners protested at Mérida’s international airport, demanding payment for 204 hectares that they say was seized illegally for a long-ago expansion.
A new complex, possibly shops and a hotel, will be built at the entrance to Mérida’s international airport, a chamber of commerce official said.