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25% growth in domestic flights boosts tourism in Los Cabos

By Tribune Travel

July 05, 2023

In the first five months of the year, domestic flights increased by 25% as compared to the same period in 2022, according to data from the Los Cabos Tourism Trust (Fiturca). 585,000 Mexican visitors have now made their way to the beaches of Los Cabos as a result.

Vivaaerobus is one of the airlines that has increased its direct connects to Los Cabos. The airline started operating direct flights this year from Querétaro, Ciudad Juárez, Toluca, and Cancun. The director of Fiturca, Rodrigo Esponda Cascajares, claims that there are now nearly twice as many domestic routes to Los Cabos than there were in 2019.

The first five months of this year have had 585 thousand domestic travelers, which is really encouraging coming from domestic airports. We believe that will be the final tally, with a growth of 25% being amazing; new routes. This is 25% more than we had in the same period last year. The year 2022 has been the most fruitful in terms of improving connectivity to the location. We will have almost twice as many routes than we did in 2019 thanks to the three routes that were announced during Tianguis Turitico and the three that are now being released.

Los Cabos will be the third-highest airport for the number of international flight arrivals in 2023, according to the Ministry of Tourism (SECTUR) of the Government of Mexico. It also emphasizes Los Cabos’ sixth-place finish in terms of annual operations overall.

Los Cabos International Airport has a total of 27 connections to various U.S. locations, 10 routes to Canada, and one route to Madrid in terms of international connectivity. This vast network of aircraft makes it easier for travelers from other countries to travel to Los Cabos.





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