Mexico Reaches Deal With Travelocity

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Agents may not be pleased with the latest partnership to come out of Mexico. The Mexico Tourism Board launched a new shopping and booking engine on Visitmexico.com for travelers in the U.S. The new deal with Travelocity may therefore mean more travelers may book the destination online. In fact, Travelocity recently reported that the share of its bookings to Mexico this summer increased 31.4 percent.

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