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A direct flight connecting Toronto and Merida returns Nov. 26 and will continue into April, said airport manager Héctor Navarrete Muñoz.
Low-cost airline Interjet will increase its number of flights to Yucatan starting Nov. 3. Flights linking Merida to both Mexico City and Havana will...
Interjet owes the public an explanation for canceling five flights to Yucatan, said the local Chamber of Commerce.
A new flight out of Tijuana is allowing travelers from southern California and Northern Mexico to explore Yucatan starting with a redeye that one...
The budget airline appears to be focusing on Latin America.
United Airlines announced Tuesday that a new nonstop route will connect San Antonio International Airport to Cancun. The seasonal route begins June 8 with no...
Aeroméxico fined 86.2 million pesos for nearly 2 years of apparent price collusion.
Mexico's Interjet airline has canceled dozens of flights between March 25 and 30 at the International Airport of Mexico City, affecting approximately 4,722 customers, the Federal Consumer Attorney (Profeco) confirmed.
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Hotel occupancy increased 4.2 percent in January, compared to the same month last year, said the state tourism department.
Four new routes will land in Yucatan by March, said the secretary of tourism promotion.
A Vancouver-based ultra-low-cost airline will be the latest carrier to fly into Cancun.
Turkish Airlines fly from Istanbul to Cancun and Mexico City starting in August.
WestJet passengers hoping to head home to Ottawa spent an extra 33 hours in Mexico.
Catching a connecting flight in Mexico City, already a challenging task, will require a long cab ride at the very least, under the government's...
Volaris airlines has not forgotten Merida when it announced several new domestic routes starting in March.
American Airlines plans to establish its new Caribbean hub at Cancun International Airport and advance its partnership with Interjet to better position itself in Mexico.
Grupo ASUR reacted quickly to the news that Aeroméxico will cancel its Mérida-Monterrey route, talking with VivaAerobus about increasing its own flights to the northern city.
About 1,400 Aeromexico pilots returned to work today when a planned strike was called off.
A strike that would have grounded Aeromexico planes on Monday was delayed when the Association of Airline Pilots (ASPA) agreed to a request from the federal labor secretary to defer the work stoppage for 48 hours.
Airlines appear to be tripping over each other to connect U.S. travelers to Cancun.