Quintana Roo Presents "What's New" in Four-City U.S. Roadshow

The heads of Quintana Roo Tourism Board as well as representatives from 14 hotels and Grupo Xcaret asserted their commitment to tourism from the U.S. market with a four-day roadshow in New York, Philadelphia, Chicago and Dallas. The program included presentations for travel agents, a media reception held in Manhattan and one-on-one meetings with local travel industry and business leaders about tourism initiatives in Cancun, Riviera Maya (Tulum, Playa del Carmen), Puerto Morelos, Cozumel, Isla Mujeres, Holbox, Maya Ka’an and Grand Costa Maya (Bacalar, Mahahual and Chetumal). The roadshow marks the first in-person events for Quintana Roo Tourism Board in the U.S. since the pandemic began and announced new airlift from the U.S. to the region.

Fourteen representatives from the destination’s hotels and attractions participated in the program to present the new products and experiences in the region including new hotel properties recently opened or scheduled to open this 2022. The range of incoming air connectivity from the U.S. and across the world indicates an exciting summer for tourism development in the Mexican Caribbean.

New American Airlines service has begun to Cozumel from Miami. Weekly flights from Los Angeles via United Airlines are also available. This month, too, Air Canada resumes flights from Montreal to Quintana Roo, followed in June by Southwest Airlines to Cozumel from Denver with new flights from Austin. American also adds flights to Cozumel. Also in June, Sun Country Airlines resumes its Cozumel flight from Dallas.

Frontier Airlines is set to launch flights to Cancun International from the Houston airports: William P. Hobby Airport with three flights a week; and George Bush Intercontinental Airport with four flights a week. Frontier will also begin a route from Tampa to Cancun three times a week. Flights from Miami to Chetumal are part of the pipeline.

For more information, visit www.mexicancaribbean.travel.

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