They confirm five flights from Germany to the Mexican Caribbean at the Berlin tourism fair

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Starting from the second half of 2024, the arrival of German visitors to the airports of Cancun and Tulum will be increased, announced Bernardo Cueto, secretary of tourism of the state of Quintana Roo, who is leading the participation of the Mexican Caribbean in the International Tourism Fair of Berlin 2024, known as the ITB.

In a telephone interview from the German capital, the official highlighted that the presence of the 12 tourist destinations of Quintana Roo was consolidated, strengthening the promotion of our tourist offer and achieving greater connectivity with the German market.

In that regard, he specified that starting from the second half of this year there will be two weekly flights from Frankfurt to the international airport of Tulum and three more frequencies to the international airport of Cancun, both from the airline Condor and from Discovery, which belongs to Lufthansa.

“This news have been received with pleasure by the tourism sector of the state because they will allow greater influx of a market which is sought to exceed 200 thousand tourists for 2024 and also consolidate the presence of European tourists in the Quintana Roo destinations”, said the secretary.

He added that they have been able to hold meetings with the World Tourism Organization, today UN Tourism, with the possibility of holding an international forum soon in the Riviera Maya.

The delegation of Quintana Roo participates in the ITB, which takes place from March 5 to 7 and brings together countries, destinations, tour operators, reservation systems, transport companies, hotels and car rental services.

This year, under the motto “Defining the world of travel together”, more than 24 thousand attendees and 5 thousand 500 exhibitors converge to share visions and experiences that will shape the future of international travel.

Germany consolidates as one of the most important markets for the Mexican Caribbean, ranking ninth in preference. The German market is distinguished by its desire for exploration, with a marked interest in cultural activities, visits to archaeological sites and immersion in the uniqueness of the area, highlighting destinations such as Maya Ka’an, Tulum and the Riviera Maya.

Currently, air connectivity between Germany and the Mexican Caribbean remains solid, with the Frankfurt-Cancun route operating 12 round trips a week, courtesy of the airlines Condor and Eurowings. This accessibility facilitates the constant flow of tourists, underlining the importance of maintaining and expanding international connections.

Source: La Jornada Maya