Sentido Comun – Interjet, the low-cost German airline, is beginning daily service between Cancun and Los Angeles with a stop in Guadalajara. The coupon rate will start from $379 round trip and taxes.
Sentido Comun -Volaris, the second airline in Mexico, announced the launch of a new route connecting Austin, Texas, in the United States, with Guadalajara, capital of Jalisco state.
Harper’s Bazaar – Your challenge: you have one day and night in Mexico’s emerging Valle de Guadalupe, located two hours south of San Diego. Here’s how to hit the chicest and most delicious spots and tour the Valle the way it was meant to be experienced–all in 24 hours.
Reuters – Mexico’s federal competition commission (Cofece) approved Aeromexico’s deal with Delta with certain conditions. Aeromexico and Delta have asked the U.S. government for immunity from antitrust law so they can coordinate better flight connection times and prices.
NYT – Mixologists across Mexico City are making their mark through artful presentations, unusual ingredients and unique bar design. Here, a shortlist of the city’s most exceptional places to imbibe.
Cayman Compass -Cayman Airways is unable to fly over Mexico because of back fees the country claims it is owed for flights more than a decade ago. The airline was working to resolve the issue, which is a problem for several airlines in the Caribbean and Latin American region.
Business Journal – Southwest Airlines Co. terminated its nonstop service between San Antonio and Mexico City this month, a decision that marks a setback for local leaders who are working to improve the market’s air connectivity.
Sentido Comun – Fibra Hotel, the property investment trust specializing in hotels for business travelers, opened its first hotel in Latin America under the brand AC by Marriot in Queretaro.
San Diego Union-Tribune – Uber will launch Passport, its first cross-border service, offering one-way transportation from San Diego across the San Ysidro border to anywhere in the northern Baja California region, which extends as far south as Ensenada and as far east as Mexicali.
Sentido Comun – Grupo AeroMexico began operating a new route connecting Mexico City to Santo Domingo, capital of Dominican Republic, its 16th destination in Latin America.
Travel Pulse – It’s no secret that one of the primary reasons to visit Mexico is to indulge in its mouthwatering cuisine. While Mexico City’s lively markets and taco stands are always worth a visit, the capital city also boasts an overwhelming number of must-visit restaurants. Here are 10 to try right now:
Sentido Comun – Low-cost airline Interjet said that in the next two months it will open two new international routes to Havana and Los Angeles, starting from Merida and Cancun, respectively.
Hospitality – JW Marriott Hotels & Resorts plans to open a JW Marriott in Monterrey, set to debut in 2019. The 250-room luxury hotel will be designed and dedicated to showcasing Monterrey’s modern, urban environment and local traditions.
Sentido Comun – Volaris is launching a new route that will connect Culiacan in Sinaloa state to Phoenix, Ariz. Flights, which will operate Mondays and Fridays, will start May 27.
Sentido Comun – Volaris announced the launch in June of a new destination that will connect Monterrey with Chicago, the first international route for a t low-cost airline from Monterrey.
CNNExpansion – With the new bilateral air agreement between Mexico and the United States, Mexico’s Aeromexico expects to increase flights by 17 percent, about 7,500 additional trips a year, together with Delta.
Nikkei – All Nippon Airways will start daily direct flights between Japan and Mexico in the second half of fiscal 2016, tapping surging demand for business travel as Japanese companies make inroads into the country.
Sentido Comun – Interjet is adding daily except Saturday flights between Mexico and Dallas-fort Worth starting March 3 as part of its strategy to strengthen its presence in the U.S.
Caron – The U.S. State Department is renewing its warning to Americans headed to Mexico that they risk being murdered, carjacked or kidnapped by armed gangs in certain Mexican states. There were 100 U.S. citizens murdered in Mexico in 2014 and 81 the year before that.
CNNExpansión – During December, Grupo Aeromexico transported 1,654,000 passengers, an increase of 10.5 percent over last year,. International passengers grew 17.2 percent, while domestic passengers rose 7.3 percent.