After December 20, all flights from the United States and Canada will be in operation
Reservations at the Mazatlan hotel for the winter season recorded an increase of 12% over the same period last year; revealed José Gámez Valle
The counselor of the Association of Hotels and Tourism Companies of Mazatlan said that this growth is due to the increase in air connectivity, mainly with Canada, which will take place this season.
He also hoped that with the frosts that are already being recorded in the United States and Canada, and with the increase in air connectivity, tourist flows will increase to have a successful winter.
The early flights of Canada and the United States come with good occupation, if you look out you can already notice it, especially in the Historic Center and in some hotels, and that are leaving an important economic spill, that is why the insistence of those markets
José Gámez Valley
Gámez Valle commented that although there is already more presence of foreign tourism in Mazatlan, it will be from December 22 there will be another rebound to reach its maximum levels in the third week of January.
He explained that for this winter season new flights to Mazatlan are opened in December from Regina and Ottawa with Swoop, and Victoria and Quebec with Sunwing. Flights from Montreal and Abbotsford continue, we have an expansion of Edmonton and Minneapolis by Sun Country.
Another barrage comes from December 22, which is when two or three more flights arrive, and from the third week of January is when all the meat is already in the grill, and the projections are good, the flights arrive with very good occupation
José Gámez Valle
For his part, the secretary of Tourism of Sinaloa, Óscar Pérez Barros, said that for the period of foreign tourism, Mazatlan has had a growth of 41% of international seats.
This 2019 for the first time WestJet has operated the Calgary route all year round, thus growing 15% in the offer for the winter season, with more than 33 thousand new seats.
Source: sol de mazatlan
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