Cancun will again receive a direct flight from San Diego next November for the first time in more than a decade thanks to Alaska Airlines. “San Diego is an important city for Alaska and we are always looking for opportunities to increase our presence,” said Brett Catlin, Alaska’s managing director of capacity planning and alliances.
Cancun will receive a flight that will operate four times a week from November 20, 2020, until April 12, 2021. Before the pandemic, there were 46 people who flew daily to and from Cancun on connecting flights, he said according to qroohoy the spokeswoman for the San Diego airport, Sabrina LoPiccolo
The reservations of the Americans confirm that the beaches of the Mexican Caribbean are their favorite to take a vacation after the confinement by the coronavirus pandemic. Large hotel chains state that reservations in Mexico exceed those of other Caribbean destinations such as Jamaica, Aruba, the Dominican Republic or The Bahamas.
Iván Ferrat Mancera, president of the Caribbean Business Coordinating Council, is optimistic about the recovery of tourism after the advances that have been made, such as the recent announcement that there will soon be vaccines against Covid-19
For the moment, however, the entry of tourists by air to Cancun has been stagnant for weeks with an average of 100 daily arrivals at the Cancun International Airport. A trend that in turn affects hotel occupancy that does not finish reaching the desired 30%