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En esta sección podrás ver las noticias mas recientes sobre viajes, tips para viajar y encabezados sobre viajes en el mundo, como también una lista de las mejores ofertas de viajes mensual.

April, 2023

  • 18 April

    Southwest Airlines Flight Grounded Due to a Technical Issue

    -Editorial Southwest Airlines flights nationwide were delayed Tuesday morning after a technical glitch prompted officials to briefly halt its departures, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. It is estimated that there were 1,700 flight delays Tuesday just four months after the carrier suffered a meltdown over the Christmas travel rush. …

  • 14 April

    Visa Wait Times Remain Embarrassingly High for Millions of Potential U.S. Visitors

    -Editorial A new analysis from U.S. Travel Association shows a concerning lack of progress to dramatically reduce interview wait times for first-time visitor visa applicants—which still exceed a year in the top 10 visa-requiring markets to the U.S. “Millions of potential visitors to the U.S.—who want to come here to …

  • 7 April

    Everything ready to kick-off the XXIII edition of the Shells and New Wine Festival in Ensenada, BC

    -Editorial It will be in Ensenada, the capital of Mexican wine, where the Provino BC Committee will hold its popular Shells and New Wine Festival for the 23rd time, where three of the most outstanding sectors of the region come together: viticulture, aquaculture and gastronomy, and it promises great entertainment …

  • 7 April

    Millions Expected to Enjoy Spring Break Vacations

    -Editorial The demand for travel during the American spring break timeframe is substantial—and demand remains strong despite higher prices. There are approximately 50 million kindergartens through twelfth-grade students in the U.S.—and nearly all of them have a spring break between mid-March and mid-April. With most spring breaks including school-aged children, …

  • 2 April

    Spring Travel Demand Underscores Urgent Need for Federal Upgrades to Air Travel System

    -Editorial Air travel will surpass pre-pandemic levels this spring, according to new estimations, underscoring the urgent need for federal government investment in the U.S. air travel system which is already strained by inefficiencies and passenger dissatisfaction. “Periods of high demand—like spring break and holiday weekends—are a stress test that reveals …

February, 2023

  • 26 February

    Tourists Willing to Spend More Money During This Spring Break

    -Editorial Spring break is right around the corner and millions of people are willing to spend a lot of money on their vacations and additional fund stuff. This will be the busiest vacation season since the pandemic, which is good news for the economy.  Whether it’s a trip to escape …

  • 8 February

    Baja California’s Gastronomy is Worth Exploring

    -Editorial The state of Baja California stands out for its beautiful beaches, deserts, and valleys, but above all for its gastronomy and food due to its seafood and talented chefs who create the most delicious dishes in all of Mexico. Baja California gastronomy is some of the best in Mexico …

December, 2022

  • 22 December

    Diversity marketing makes dollars and sense

    -Editorial The Caribbean could be losing billions of dollars in tourism revenue by not fully harvesting the enormous value of diverse markets in North America and beyond. Historically underrepresented African American, Asian American, Caribbean American, Hispanic American and other markets present a wealth of opportunity to reap rewards for the …

November, 2022

  • 28 November


    -Editorial In recent days, members of the Association of Hosts and Tour Operators of Baja California (AATOPBC) visited the State capital to hold their monthly Assembly and take a trip to the new Mexicali Historic Center Route, which will be included in the upcoming Catalog of Tours and Experiences in …

  • 22 November

    CBP Encourages Travelers to Plan Ahead of Holiday Weekend

    -Editorial U.S. Customs and Border Protection encourages travelers to plan for the upcoming Labor Day weekend and Mexican Independence Day by following traveler tips provided by CBP for ease of travel across the border into the U.S. “The upcoming weekend and week are a great time to travel and celebrate, …