Southwest Airlines lands in Cancun
Traveling to Mexico is easier than ever!
Finally! One of the most important airlines in United States has landed in Mexico. Travelers now will have a new and cheapest option to enjoy the beautiful Mexican beaches.
Water cannons, dancers and the press welcomed the first flight operated by Southwest Airlines into the Cancun International Airport. Mr. John Kirby, Director of International Business, was on board the flight, who said that this going to be the first of many flights that will arrive into the city.
Southwest Airlines is one of the most important airlines in United States, it transports 25% of American travelers around 80 different destinations in the States, standing out California, Texas and Florida.
As part of the company’s development, Southwest is going to open a hub at Houston Airport that will provide a better connection service for the traditional American and business traveler.
The airline is getting bigger by the second! They are opening new flights, and reaching a higher number of destinations, especially international ones. Mr. Kirby stated that Cancun and Los Cabos are just the beginning. They are expecting that in a very short time, Southwest could announce air connections to new Mexican destinations.
Investors and directors of Southwest Airlines are sure that their flights to Mexico will be a success for their company. This is thanks to the strong and positive image of Mexican destinations.
Now, you can enjoy paradise any time you want! There will be one flight each day from Atlanta, Washington and Baltimore, plus one flight each Saturday from Milwaukee. If that isn’t enough, new flights will soon open from Denver, Chicago, Austin and San Antonio.
This will mean that more people could know the natural beauties of Los Cabos, Cancun and Riviera Maya. The Cancun International Airport is expecting 400,000 American passengers that will help increase hotel occupancy rates into the city.
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