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Cancun Airport. Photo: Getty Cancun International Airport will reopen Terminal 2 on Tuesday to keep up with tourist...
A Vancouver woman flying home from Mexico said she was asked to wear a face mask because she coughed and is Asian.
Merida is a natural base for exploring places like Uxmal. Above, the Nunnery Quadrangle has a ball court in the foreground....
Mexico City's current airport. Photo: Getty Catching a connecting flight in Mexico City, already a challenging task, will...
When we met with Marina Aguirre at a Centro cafe, her enthusiasm came through immediately. We understood right away why she switched careers, from corporate banking to hosting small tour groups throughout Mexico.
More U.S. travelers are headed to Mexico for Thanksgiving than ever before, according to Allianz Global Assistance’s Top 10 Thanksgiving Destination Index.
Officials have called off warnings about the potential of Guatemala's deadly volcano to disrupt air travel in Yucatán.
There's Airbnb for conventional travelers. And now there's Naturist BnB for those who enjoy their vacations au naturel.
A Mexican airline has laid the foundation to begin direct flights to Las Vegas, announced the state tourism secretariat.
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.
When the Food & Travel awards were handed out last week in Mexico City, many of the winners took them home to the Peninsula.
A travel company continues to do business despite a growing number of complaints filed with the consumer protection agency.
The international airport in Mérida is absorbing more foot traffic, at a rate well above the average of other airports ASUR manages.
Volaris said it will keep charging for the first checked suitcase on its flights from Mexico to the United States and Canada, despite the fine imposed on Tuesday by Profeco for doing just that.
Five airlines are being punished for violating consumer rights, said Mexico’s consumer-protection agency.
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.