As of today, travelers arriving in Mexico will no longer be able to use cash at the customs desk.
Profeco, Mexico’s Federal Consumer Attorney’s Office, is suing Aeroméxico, Volaris and Interjet for charging passengers for their first checked suitcase on fights to the U.S. and Canada.
Newly initiated flights from Los Angeles and Miami have been canceled, disrupting travel plans for thousands of travelers, while airlines await approval from Mexican authorities.
Already making huge strides in Mexico market over the past two years, Southwest Airlines now has direct flights from Los Angeles to Cancun, Puerto Vallarta and Los Cabos.
A study by the University of Yucatán reported that nine of every 10 tourists who visit Merida are satisfied with the destination. Nearly all would come back.
This weekend’s Hanal Pixán activities have stimulated air travel from the nation’s capital. So much so that flights to Mérida from Mexico City have sold out through Sunday.
Lonely Planet’s list of the world’s must-see travel destinations puts Mérida among cities such as Los Angeles and Seoul.
American Airlines’ new Miami-Mérida route is coming earlier than expected.
The tourism promotion campaign “Yucatán ven por todo” happens high up in the sky.
Starting Nov. 6, American Airlines will join Aeroméxico in offering direct flights between Mérida and Miami, Fla.