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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.
Profeco will reinforce surveillance in the Manuel Crescencio Rejón International Airport as Holy Week approaches.
VivaAerobús has started selling seats for its new Mérida-Tuxtla Gutiérrez route, with one-way tickets starting at 898 pesos, or just under 50 bucks.
Redevelopment surrounding the Mérida International Airport will include more than a shopping center.
A Cuban-born artist, after living in Yucatán for almost two decades, demonstrates his appreciation for the Mayan culture in the exhibition "Caminos del Mayab."
Aeroméxico announced that its new Monterrey-Mérida route will begin operations on March 1, with four weekly flights.
A Mexican airline has laid the foundation to begin direct flights to Las Vegas, announced the state tourism secretariat.
The arch that is the city's first impression on many travelers is getting a much-needed restoration.
Flights to and from Atlanta remain on Aeroméxico's boards this morning as the world's busiest airport recovers from an 11-hour power outage.
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.
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