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Merida's international airport is gradually coming back. Under Yucatan’s Economic and Tourism Reactivation Plan, the state government and...
Giant trees at the Merida airport, where the sounds of countless grackles could be heard by travelers, have been chopped down...
Passengers heading to Mexico board an Interjet flight in Guadalajara in 2018. Photo: SFGate Interjet begins flights in...
Reversing years of fast growth, the Merida airport is a much quieter place since the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Sipse
Six national flights and at least one international route have been dropped as a contingency measure against coronavirus.
Photo: Facebook Tourism in Mexico undoubtedly experienced radical change in 2019, but the state of Yucatan demonstrated an...
A direct flight connecting Toronto and Merida returns Nov. 26 and will continue into April, said airport manager Héctor Navarrete Muñoz.
Photo: La Jornada Maya Merida, Yucatan — The National Guard today begins protecting the international airport from violence,...
Nearly eight in 10 surveyed want the Merida airport to stay where it is. Photo: File Merida, Yucatan...
A new international airport, in a location that would link it to the Mayan Train, was floated by Fonatur.
Hotel occupancy increased 4.2 percent in January, compared to the same month last year, said the state tourism department.
Reviving a years-old debate, a former airport director said that moving the city's international terminal out of the city would have several advantages.
While preparing to announce new flights, the Manuel Crescencio Rejón Airport has invited airlines to send larger planes to its runways.
The mixed-use development at the airport's entrance will be called Meridiano, and its coming into focus very quickly.
The Manuel Crescencio Rejón International Airport is pursuing new destinations including Los Angeles and Orlando.
Parcels containing three green iguanas and seven turtles were found and seized at the Mérida International Airport.
Too few seats for too many passengers. That's a "good problem," but still something for airlines to address, said the state tourism secretary.
VivaAerobús flight 2307 on Wednesday was forced to return to the Mérida airport 46 minutes after taking off. No injuries were reported.
So far this year, nine active cases have been opened against airlines operating at the Manuel Crescencio Rejon International Airport.