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Road Construction causes delays at Cancun International Airport in 2022

Road Construction causes delays at Cancun International Airport in 2022 New road construction is causing delays for travelers on their way from the Cancun Airport. Officials are asking travel experts to warn their incoming guests of these delays to help reduce travel frustration. According to the Mexican Association of Travel Agencies (AMAV), they are asking …

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Cancun stops using their COVID Warning Stop Light System

Cancun stops using their COVID Warning Stop Light System The state of Quintana Roo will no longer be utilizing Mexico’s epidemiological traffic light system. The Government of Mexico has made the remarkable decision to officially treat COVID as an endemic. Since March of 2020, the Mexican government has been using their epidemiological traffic light system …

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Masks No Longer Required on Flights

Masks No Longer Required on Flights Masks No Longer Required on Flights United States District judge Kathryn Kimbal Mizzell struck down the Biden administration’s mask mandate, citing agency overreach by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention otherwise known as the CDC. The TSA said it would no longer enforce the mask mandate in airports …

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Tourist Trades Cleaning the Beach for Unruly Behavior

Drunk Tourists Cleanup Cancun Seaweed     2022 Tourists who have been charged with minor administrative offenses in Cancun are now offered to clean up Cancun Seaweed on the beach as an alternative to time in jail and fines. 2022 Tourists who have been charged with minor administrative offenses in Cancun are now offered to …

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Southwest Airlines Increases 2021 Flights to Cancun

Updated: Southwest Airlines Announces New Cancun Routes for 2021 January 9, 2021 Southwest Airlines announced they will begin new non-stop international routes for Southwest Airlines. Southwest Airlines will now serve non-stop Phoenix, Arizona to Cancun once per day starting this March. This flight is aimed to offer competition against American Airlines for origin and destination …

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Tim’s Ocean Condos Expands VRBO During COVID19

Cancun, Sept 16, 2020 – Tim’s Ocean Condos, the leader in Cancun vacation rental property management of award winning privately owned penthouses, announced their continued expansion of vacation rentals by owner (VRBO). Tim’s Ocean Condo guests will continue to have the opportunity to experience their vacations on top of the hotel Oleo Playa Cancun all …

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Reactivate Quintana Roo

Reactivate Quintana Roo – Cancun Economy CANCÚN, Quintana Roo- According to the plan to “Reactivate Quintana Roo”, Quintana Roo Governor Carlos Joaquín González sent a message on his social networks, explaining that starting on June 8, the state traffic light will be managed by two different regions: a south zone and a north zone. He …

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Is the Mexico Border open to non essential travelers

Did the United States and Mexico Extend the Coronavirus Border Restrictions for Another Month The U.S. and Mexico will be extending their restrictions on travel across their shared “land” border for additional 30 days to prevent the spread of the coronavirus into the United States, specifically Texas and California. The original temporary closure was first …

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