Fita 2011 News

A house divided against itself: Safety of tourism in Mexico

A house divided against itself: Safety of tourism in Mexico

5th Oct 2011 Focus

As it battles back from a series of catastrophes – including the swine flu epidemic of 2009, collapse of national carrier Mexicana and global economic downturn – Mexico continues to struggle with its violent image. But visiting Mexico City, Breaking Travel News here finds there are two sides to every story.

Expedia explores Mexico success at FITA 2011

Expedia explores Mexico success at FITA 2011

Expedia has released data on the growth in travel bookings to Mexico made on the more than 100 Expedia and Hotels.com branded sites the company operates around the world. “Mexico remains a favorite destination for our travelers worldwide, with over 1.5 million people booking travel to Mexico using Expedia websites in the last year,” said Marco Tagliatti, vice president of lodging supply, Latin America and Caribbean, Expedia.

Mexico City welcomes FITA 2011

Mexico City welcomes FITA 2011

Officials from the Mexico City ministry of tourism have opened the second annual Tourism Fair of the Americas, the premier travel trade show in the Western hemisphere. Through exhibitions featuring destinations and new tourism products, FITA promotes and unites the global travel industry, which accounts for approximately 11 per cent of worldwide productivity and one in every eleven jobs.

Mexico City welcomes FITA 2011

Mexico City welcomes FITA 2011

Officials from the Mexico City ministry of tourism have opened the second annual Tourism Fair of the Americas, the premier travel trade show in the Western hemisphere. Through exhibitions featuring destinations and new tourism products, FITA promotes and unites the global travel industry, which accounts for approximately 11 per cent of worldwide productivity and one in every eleven jobs.