Articles tagged “mexico”

Tourism

U.S. Customs to Hike Global Entry Program Fees by 20%

While Global Entry fees will increase to account for "continuation and management of the programs," U.S. Customs and Border Protection will eliminate application fees for minors.

U.S. Customs to Hike Global Entry Program Fees by 20%

Tourism

Mexico Tops Americans’ Spring Break Travel Plans

By sheer volume, Mexico is the preferred international destination for American spring breakers.

Mexico Tops Americans’ Spring Break Travel Plans

Tour Operators

Civitatis Finds Niche in Selling Activities to Spanish-Speaking Travelers

Civitatis is capitalizing on its leading position in selling Spanish-speaking tours and activities as it pushes into new markets thanks to private equity support.

Civitatis Finds Niche in Selling Activities to Spanish-Speaking Travelers

Hotels

How Posadas, Mexico’s Largest Hotel Group, Competes Against Global Giants

Posadas could be a partner for major hotel groups for co-marketing deals, given the quality of its Mexican resorts.

How Posadas, Mexico’s Largest Hotel Group, Competes Against Global Giants

Ground Transport

Mexico to Boost Passenger Rail in Bid to Reduce Freight’s Dominance

Tourism would be a beneficiary if Mexico indeed gets serious about boosting passenger rail traffic.

Mexico to Boost Passenger Rail in Bid to Reduce Freight’s Dominance

Tourism

America’s Favorite Flight Destinations in 2023? Cancun and London

Flight booking data reveals Americans' top worldwide and domestic destinations so far this year. Tourism marketers take note, especially of changes from the 2019 rankings.

America’s Favorite Flight Destinations in 2023? Cancun and London

Daily Lodging Report

Acapulco Hotel Owners Vow to Reopen After Hurricane

A number of Acapulco hotel owners have committed to reopening in the beach resort town devastated by Hurricane Otis. The government is aiming to have 35 hotels operations by April, when a tourism fair will be held in the town.

Airline Weekly

The Good and the Bad of Mexico’s Airline Market

Mexico’s airlines face countervailing winds that directly affect their outlook. The U.S. recently upgraded the country’s safety rating, which means Mexican carriers can resume growth to markets north of the border. On the other hand, the administration of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is launching a government-backed airline and actively discouraging flights from Mexico’s busiest airport

The Good and the Bad of Mexico’s Airline Market

Airline Weekly

Mexico’s Airlines Lifted by U.S. Upgrade but Face Quagmire in Mexico City

Mexican airlines face countervailing winds amid politically-charged moves by the country's president.

Mexico’s Airlines Lifted by U.S. Upgrade but Face Quagmire in Mexico City

News Blog

Mexico’s Airlines Can Resume U.S. Growth Following Safety Upgrade

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration upgraded the safety rating of Mexico's aviation regulator to its highest rung, Category 1, on Thursday. That allows Mexican airlines to add new flights to the U.S. and resume their partnerships with U.S. carriers, including Aeromexico's joint venture with Delta Air Lines. The move has been expected for months with…