UK avoids Mexico due to flu

November 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);11/13/2009, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports on the decrease of tourism arrivals from Great Britain to Mexico due to the swine flu pandemic. It states that the swine flu pandemic in the country has prompted cruiselines and operators to pull out destination and reveals that arrivals between January and August 2008 were 172,000 compared with the 311,000 for the whole year. Lupita Ayala, tourism deputy director, stresses that they are concentrating on making recovery campaign which are centered on cultural events.


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