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Airbnb to Help Mexico City Lure Digital Nomads With Marketing Site

Mexico City's mayor has signed a deal with Airbnb to help encourage more digital nomads — people working online remotely — to work in the capital city with the help of a new informational website. Airbnb said on Wednesday it had created a site to "showcase unique cultural and creative destinations and experiences" in Mexico's…

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

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

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

Airlines

Local Politics Threaten to Derail Mexico’s New International Airport

There hasn't been a new major airport built in the United States since 1995. Why? Well, politics can be tricky, as we're seeing in Mexico City. Its new airport is slated to begin accepting flights in 2020. But will it? The answer is probably yes, despite recent rumblings. But who knows.

Local Politics Threaten to Derail Mexico’s New International Airport

Airlines

Why Aeromexico had to wait four years for a slot at Heathrow

Expect to read more stories like this as Heathrow escalates an already intense effort to get that third runway approved.

Why Aeromexico had to wait four years for a slot at Heathrow