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Interjet now offers daily service to Mexico from Orange County, CA

ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. - Interjet inaugurated daily service to Mexico on October 11 from John Wayne Airport in Orange County, California.

FITA 2012: the good, the bad and the really ugly

The third edition of the Fair International de Turismo de las Americas (International Tourism Fair of the Americas or FITA) was held a week ago from September 20 to 21 in Mexico City, Mexico.

Mexico City is the safest city in Mexico, tourism minister claims

The below interview with Mexico City Tourism Minister Carlos Mackinley Grohmann was conducted during the third edition of the Fair International de Turismo de las Americas (International Tourism Fair

Mexico to welcome leaders from T20 and World Travel and Tourism...

MEXICO CITY, Mexico - Mexico's Ministry of Tourism and the Mexico Tourism Board are pleased to welcome this week, the leaders of the T20 and the WTTC, to Merida and the Riviera Maya for two high level

Mexico shaken by big 7.6 quake

A 7.6 magnitude earthquake struck Mexico's capital today, as reported by the US Geological Survey. Mexico's president, Felipe Calderon, said in a tweet that the magnitude was 7.8.

Boeing 787 Dreamliner lands in Mexico City for world tour stop

MEXICO CITY, Mexico - Boeing's 787 Dreamliner landed for the first time in Mexico City today as part of its World Tour.

Mexico City celebrates Christmas on ice

MEXICO CITY, Mexico - Mexico City is never one to skimp on a celebration, and the holidays are no exception.

Mexico City makes its debut on “The Martha Stewart Show”

MEXICO CITY, Mexico - Mexico City shines in the spotlight of Hallmark Channel's Emmy- winning program, "The Martha Stewart Show," when the domestic diva takes her prowess on the road to experience the

Mexico City celebrates “Halloween” with a marriage of traditional and contemporary...

MEXICO CITY, Mexico - Leave plastic pumpkins and wizard costumes, synonymous with the American Halloween, behind and embrace the traditional Mexico City "Day of the Dead" (Dia de los Muertos).

Mexico City hosts second annual International Tourism Fair of the Americas

MEXICO CITY, Mexico - The Mexico City Ministry of Tourism today opened the second annual Tourism Fair of the Americas (FITA by its Spanish acronym), the premier travel trade show in the Western hemisp

Mexico City is a touch away with new travel app

MEXICO CITY, Mexico - One of the world's largest metropolitan spaces is now easier to maneuver with the launch of the StyleMap Mexico City application, now available to download for free at the iTunes

Mexico City welcomes new hotels and upgrades in 2011

MEXICO CITY, Mexico - Mexico City is continuing to see an increase in development of accommodation options for both leisure and business travelers, which account for more than 12 million visitors per

Mexico City’s culinary excellence receives international recognition

MEXICO CITY, Mexico - For the first time, a Mexican cuisine restaurant is included in The San Pellegrino List of the World's Fifty Best Restaurants.

W Hotels expands presence in Mexico City

Accelerating growth in Latin America, W Hotels Worldwide announced plans to open the second W Hotel in Mexico City, to be located within

Royal Caribbean to open corporate office in Mexico City

MIAMI - Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. announced today it will establish a dedicated corporate office in Mexico City in response to the increasing interest in cruising in Mexico.

Mexico City offers free honeymoon to the first gay couple to...

MEXICO CITY — Mexico City's tourism minister Thursday offered a free honeymoon to the first gay couple to wed in Argentina after that country made Latin American history by legalizing same-sex marri

Mexico City expects tourist numbers to increase 35% in 2010

MEXICO CITY - Mexico City received 10.4 million tourists in 2009 and expects that figure to increase to 14 million next year, helped by events such as free public viewing of World Cup games, according

Mexico City to present International Tourism Fair of the Americas 2010

The government of Mexico City has announced the inaugural International Tourism Fair of the Americas ("FITA") 2010.

Mexican federal police storms the plane, ends hijacking

MEXICO CITY – A jetliner from the beach resort of Cancun was briefly hijacked as it landed in Mexico City on Wednesday.

Is Australia a safe travel destination?

According to a new report published last week in the Journal of Travel Medicine, Australia is a safe destination for overseas visitors – at least in terms of tourist fatalities by other than natural

Free insurance for tourists offered by Mexico City

MEXICO CITY — Mexico City on Tuesday introduced free insurance for tourists in a bid to bring back visitors scared away after the swine flu epidemic broke out in Mexico in April.

Mexico City is the world’s top religious tourist destination

Mexico City finished first in a list of the world's most visited religious tourism destinations, ahead of the Vatican and Lourdes in France, reports Milenio.

AeroMexico doubles Detroit service

DETROIT, MI (August 11, 2008) - SkyTeam(TM) partner AeroMexico today announced it will double its existing service between Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW) and Monterrey, Mexico, while also switchin

Mexican hotels join UN on HIV/AIDS campaign

Mexico City is to hold a major HIV/AIDS conference beginning next week.

Embassy Suites by Hilton Mexico City-Reforma earns AAA Four Diamond Award

MEXICO CITY - Embassy Suites by Hilton Mexico City-Reforma has been awarded the prestigious AAA Four Diamond rating for the year 2009.

Women-only bus to detour sex harassment

MEXICO CITY (AFP) - “Traveling among women is so much more pleasant,” says Alejandra Lugo as she takes a seat on the women’s only bus that began circulating earlier this month in Mexico City. “Otherwise, I have men sticking to me,” she says of her past days on the mixed-sex buses. “And here I am, 58 years old. Imagine how they treat the younger girls.”