Articles tagged “mexico city”

Airlines

JetBlue’s Long Game Involves More International Flights

The airline’s planned takeover of Spirit will give it a bigger footprint in the U.S., but destinations including Africa are part of a bigger, bolder plan — one, however, that could take several years to materialize.

JetBlue’s Long Game Involves More International Flights

Business Travel

Mexico City Faces U.S. Remote Worker Surge Amidst Large Wealth Gap

Unless Mexico City authorities take concrete steps to rein in the short-term rental market, stories about local residents being priced out of their neighborhoods will continue to be all too common.

Mexico City Faces U.S. Remote Worker Surge Amidst Large Wealth Gap

Airlines

Airlines Using Mexico City’s Main Airport Agree to Cut Peak-Hour Flights by 15 Percent

Mexico City's main international airport is enduring a crisis of delays and cancellations. Authorities let airlines schedule too many flights during peak hours, creating snarls on the runway and in the skies. Good to see some action at last.

Airlines Using Mexico City’s Main Airport Agree to Cut Peak-Hour Flights by 15 Percent

Airlines

Mexico City’s New Airport Still Lacks Amenities Despite Grandiose Launch

Mexico City's new airport is nowhere near making President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's claim of being one of the world's best believable. So he's staring at the prospect of another expensive blunder, considering his decision in 2018 to scrap an airport already under construction cost Mexico billions.

Mexico City’s New Airport Still Lacks Amenities Despite Grandiose Launch

Airline Weekly

Mexico City’s New Airport Off to Slow Start

Mexico City finally got the new airport it's long needed on Monday. But most remain skeptical whether the new airfield will attract enough travelers to seriously relieve congestion at the capital's busy main airport.

Mexico City’s New Airport Off to Slow Start

Tourism

Mexico City’s Newly Revealed Ancient Treasures to Prompt Future Tourism Upturn

Teotihuacan near Mexico City has drawn visitors for decades. But archaeologists have just revealed more of their finds from under the ruins. In the future, they'll put these treasures on display.

Mexico City’s Newly Revealed Ancient Treasures to Prompt Future Tourism Upturn

Online Travel

Mexican Short-Term Rental Startup Casai Raises $48 Million Led by Andreessen Horowitz

Venture capitalists rarely bet on Mexico's travel startups. But Casai's 80 percent average occupancy rates in August and September must've helped it woo top-tier investor Andreessen Horowitz.

Mexican Short-Term Rental Startup Casai Raises $48 Million Led by Andreessen Horowitz

Tourism

Mexico City to Emerge Slowly From Lockdown on Monday

Coronavirus cases are still rising, but officials in Mexico City are moving ahead with easing lockdown restrictions. Will tourists follow soon?

Mexico City to Emerge Slowly From Lockdown on Monday

Airlines

Canceling Mexico City’s New Airport Will Be Very Expensive

Yes, Mexico's new airport was going to cost more money than was necessary. And yes, the location on dry lake bed was not ideal. But it is still shocking the new government scrapped the project, considering it was well underway.

Canceling Mexico City’s New Airport Will Be Very Expensive

Airlines

Mexico’s New President Dodges on Status of Mexico City Airport Bonds

Politicians and voters are sometimes not rational. Mexico City badly needs a new airport, and construction had already begun. It makes no sense to cancel the project. None.

Mexico’s New President Dodges on Status of Mexico City Airport Bonds