The Harbor, which is the shopping mall portion of the giant Via Montejo project, will open in late October, its developers say.
When Cementos Fortaleza’s new factory in Yucatán is completed next year, cement prices could become more competitive.
The Manuel Crescencio Rejón International Airport is pursuing new destinations including Los Angeles and Orlando.
At a ceremony celebrating the 73rd anniversary of South Korea’s independence, the president of the Korean Association in Yucatan announced that the government of his country would be willing to fully fund the Mayan train project to bring it into the state.
The revised plan links nearly all the region’s major tourist draws and costs double or more than the previously announced figure.
Expanding on the city’s popular Sunday-morning Bici-Ruta, a “Biking City Club” will conduct tours on two wheels, in both English and Spanish.
A fifth terminal at the Cancun International Airport won’t happen until Terminal 4 expands.
International tourism in Mexico is still growing well beyond industry averages, but some airlines are reducing flights to the Riviera Maya and other beach resort areas, citing decreased demand and rising competition.
Among Mexico’s busiest states for fishermen, Yucatán appears unable to stop the spread of poaching in the Gulf of Mexico.
An 85-kilometer/50-mile coastal hotel zone stretching from Sisal to Telchac Puerto was suggested Monday by the president of the Mexican Association of Hoteliers of Yucatán.