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The winter tourist season kick started with arrival of two dozen international flights

Cancun, Q. R. — Two dozen international flights are expected to land at Cancun International during the month of October, despite it being a low season month. The airport continues to average more than 390 daily operations.

According to data from the Cancun International Airport and estimates from Civil Aviation and the Strategic Planning area of the Quintana Roo Tourism Promotion Council, in the last 14 months, more 10 million tourists have arrived in the Mexican Caribbean.

With the arrival of the 24 international flights for October will be 105,000 visitors, which kick starts the winter tourist season. According to the Quintana Roo Tourism Promotion Council (CPTQ), from October of 2021 to until March 2022, several airlines have announced new flights to Quintana Roo.

Some of these include airline Volaris, who will connect San Salvador and Bogotá with Cancun, while Aeroméxico will connect Sao Paulo with the Cancun International Airport.

The recent relaxation of sanitary restrictions in Argentina have generated the possibility for Aerolineas Argentinas to start flying from Buenos Aires to Cancun again.

Cancun increases air connectivity with Europe with the arrival of the route from Moscow with Aeroflot, while KLM lands for the first time with a direct flight from Amsterdam. Ukraine International Airlines will connect from Kiev.

Eurowings Discover, from the Lufthansa group, will start with a flight from Munich and increase frequencies from Frankfurt. Level announced the return of the Barcelona route thanks to great demand while Austrian Airlines says they will be landing at Cancun International from Vienna.

Regarding the new flights from the United States, Frontier Airlines announced its new routes from Atlanta, Boston, Detroit, Minneapolis, Baltimore, Columbus and Raleigh Durham, and to Cozumel from Orlando.

Both Westjet and Air Canada are expected to return to Isla Cozumel with flights from Toronto and Montreal starting in November.