Between January and November 2021, more than 31 million international visitors visited in Mexico via plane, according to Mexican tourism officials.

According to the Riviera Maya News, Mexico’s Minister of Tourism Miguel Torruco Marques announced that 31.6 million international arrivals were recorded through November, up 76.5 percent from the previous year.

Marques reported that 3,725,000 passengers arrived from international destinations in November, up 12.9 percent from October. American Airlines and United Airlines led the way for US carriers, with the former carrying 534,932 passengers and the latter 452,967.

The totals for American and United had increased significantly from the previous month.

Volaris and Aeromexico led the list of Mexico-based airlines between January and November, transporting more than 6.6 million passengers, an 85 percent increase over the same period in 2020.

The Costa Maya region of Mexico’s Quintana Roo state said last week that it is striving to boost tourism by launching the first-ever direct flights between the United States and Chetumal, connecting Miami International Airport and Chetumal International Airport.

The US Department of State upgraded its travel advisory for the popular Mexican state of Quintana Roo in December, citing increased crime. The bulletin warns Americans visiting famous tourist locations around the country to “exercise increased caution when travelling.”

– India’s new age travel digital media


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