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Airlines Updates

Published on 04.11.2020
Interjet resumes flights after cancelations caused by financial issues

Published on 02.11.2020
Aeroméxico Will Increase Operations in November
Mexican airline Interjet cancels all flights for Sunday

22.10.2020 Mexican carrier Aeromar in the OAG has filed charter schedules between Cancun and Cuba, on board ATR72 aircraft. Based on schedule listing as of 18OCT20, proposed charter service covers the following.

Cancun – Cayo Coco eff 20DEC20 1 weekly ATR72
Cancun – Havana eff 12NOV20 4 weekly ATR72
Cancun – Santa Clara eff 05DEC20 1 weekly ATR72
Cancun – Varadero eff 13NOV20 1 weekly ATR72

Published on 16.10.2020
Volaris to resume flights between Mexico and Costa Rica

Published on 08.10.2020
Volaris adds Mexico City – Dallas route from Dec 2020

Published on 01.10.2020
AeroMexico adds Tijuana – Cancun route in Oct 2020

Published on 26.09.2020
Aeromexico Will Resume Commercial Flights With Costa Rica On October 18

Published on 25.09.2020
Aeroméxico To Increase Its Operations in October
vivaAerobus domestic network expansion in late-Sep 2020
Hunnu Air Sep/Oct 2020 operations

16.09.2020 AeroMexico as of 11SEP20 updated planned International operation for the remainder of Northern summer 2020 season, effective until 24OCT20. Planned operation for the period of 20SEP20 – 24OCT20 as follows.

Additional changes remain highly possible.

Guadalajara – Chicago O’Hare 4 weekly
Guadalajara – Fresno 3 weekly
Guadalajara – Los Angeles 7 weekly until 30SEP20
Guadalajara – Sacramento 3 weekly (5 weekly from 06OCT20)
Guadalajara – San Francisco eff 01OCT20 3 weekly
Mexico City – Amsterdam 3 weekly
Mexico City – Bogota eff 01OCT20 5 weekly
Mexico City – Buenos Aires Ezeiza eff 01OCT20 2 weekly
Mexico City – Chicago O’Hare 9 weekly
Mexico City – Denver 3 weekly
Mexico City – Guatemala City eff 03OCT20 3 weekly
Mexico City – Houston 7 weekly
Mexico City – Las Vegas 2 weekly
Mexico City – Lima eff 16OCT20 3 weekly
Mexico City – Madrid 7 weekly
Mexico City – Medellin eff 02OCT20 3 weekly
Mexico City – Miami 6 weekly (10 weekly from 01OCT20)
Mexico City – Montreal 3 weekly
Mexico City – Orlando 4 weekly
Mexico City – Paris CDG 4 weekly (5 weekly from 01OCT20)
Mexico City – Quito 4 weekly (5 weekly from 01OCT20)
Mexico City – San Antonio 9 weekly
Mexico City – San Francisco 5 weekly
Mexico City – San Jose (Costa Rica) eff 01OCT20 3 weekly
Mexico City – San Pedro Sula eff 05OCT20 2 weekly
Mexico City – Santo Domingo 3 weekly (4 weekly from 05OCT20)
Mexico City – Sao Paulo Guarulhos 5 weekly (6 weekly from 01OCT20)
Mexico City – Seoul Incheon 2 weekly (3 weekly from 07OCT20)
Mexico City – Toronto 3 weekly
Mexico City – Vancouver 3 weekly

28.08.2020 Aeromar from October 2020 is adding new domestic routes from Mexico City, including service resumption. Planned operation includes the following.

Mexico City – Aguascalientes eff 05OCT20 1 daily ATR72 (Previously served until February 2014)
VW202 MEX1330 – 1505AGU AT7 D
VW203 AGU1530 – 1700MEX AT7 D

Mexico City – Queretaro eff 05OCT20 1 daily ATR72
VW256 MEX1450 – 1600QRO AT7 x67
VW256 MEX1950 – 2100QRO AT7 67

VW257 QRO1625 – 1715MEX AT7 x67
VW257 QRO2125 – 2215MEX AT7 67

Published on 27.08.2020
Aeromar schedules new domestic routes in Oct 2020
Aeromar adds Mexico City – Laredo service from Oct 2020
AeroMexico adds Guadalajara – Los Cabos service from Sep 2020
vivaAerobus adds Mexico City – Tampico service from mid-July 2020

Published on 14.08.2020
vivaAerobus US network additions from July 2020

Published on 12.08.2020
TAR Aerolineas 3Q20 Network additions
AeroMexico delays Tokyo service resumption to Sep 2020

Published on 30.07.2020
Aeromexico to increase flights by 20 percent in August

28.07.2020 AeroMexico has outlined planned International operation for the month of August, including additional service resumption. Planned International service for the period of 27JUL20 – 31AUG20 as follows. Additional changes remain likely.

Guadalajara – Chicago O’Hare 7 weekly 737-800 (5 weekly from 17AUG20)
Guadalajara – Fresno 7 weekly 737-800 (5 weekly from 01AUG20)
Guadalajara – Los Angeles 7 weekly 737-800
Guadalajara – Sacramento 7 weekly 737-800 (5 weekly from 01AUG20)
Mexico City – Amsterdam 3 weekly 787-9
Mexico City – Chicago O’Hare 6 weekly 737-800 (7 weekly from 01AUG20)
Mexico City – Denver eff 01AUG20 2 weekly 737-800
Mexico City – Houston 7 weekly E190
Mexico City – Las Vegas eff 01AUG20 2 weekly 737-800
Mexico City – Los Angeles 14 weekly 737-800
Mexico City – Madrid 7 weekly 787-9
Mexico City – Miami 5 weekly E190 (6 weekly from 01AUG20)
Mexico City – Montreal 2 weekly 737-800
Mexico City – New York JFK 14 weekly 737-800
Mexico City – Orlando 5 weekly 737-800
Mexico City – Paris CDG 3 weekly 787-9 (4 weekly from 05AUG20)
Mexico City – San Antonio eff 01AUG20 7 weekly E190
Mexico City – San Francisco eff 01AUG20 5 weekly 737-800
Mexico City – Santo Domingo 2 weekly E190 (3 weekly from 01AUG20)
Mexico City – Sao Paulo Guarulhos 2 weekly 787-9 (4 weekly from 04AUG20, 5 weekly from 17AUG20)
Mexico City – Seoul Incheon 2 weekly 787-8
Mexico City – Tokyo Narita eff 13AUG20 2 weekly 787-8
Mexico City – Toronto 2 weekly 737-800
Mexico City – Vancouver 3 weekly 737-800 (2 weekly form 05AUG20)

27.07.2020 AeroMexico has outlined planned International operation for the month of August, including additional service resumption. Planned International service for the period of 27JUL20 – 31AUG20 as follows. Additional changes remain likely.

Guadalajara – Chicago O’Hare 7 weekly 737-800 (5 weekly from 17AUG20)
Guadalajara – Fresno 7 weekly 737-800 (5 weekly from 01AUG20)
Guadalajara – Los Angeles 7 weekly 737-800
Guadalajara – Sacramento 7 weekly 737-800 (5 weekly from 01AUG20)
Mexico City – Amsterdam 3 weekly 787-9
Mexico City – Chicago O’Hare 6 weekly 737-800 (7 weekly from 01AUG20)
Mexico City – Denver eff 01AUG20 2 weekly 737-800
Mexico City – Houston 7 weekly E190
Mexico City – Las Vegas eff 01AUG20 2 weekly 737-800
Mexico City – Los Angeles 14 weekly 737-800
Mexico City – Madrid 7 weekly 787-9
Mexico City – Miami 5 weekly E190 (6 weekly from 01AUG20)
Mexico City – Montreal 2 weekly 737-800
Mexico City – New York JFK 14 weekly 737-800
Mexico City – Orlando 5 weekly 737-800
Mexico City – Paris CDG 3 weekly 787-9 (4 weekly from 05AUG20)
Mexico City – San Antonio eff 01AUG20 7 weekly E190
Mexico City – San Francisco eff 01AUG20 5 weekly 737-800
Mexico City – Santo Domingo 2 weekly E190 (3 weekly from 01AUG20)
Mexico City – Sao Paulo Guarulhos 2 weekly 787-9 (4 weekly from 04AUG20, 5 weekly from 17AUG20)
Mexico City – Seoul Incheon 2 weekly 787-8
Mexico City – Tokyo Narita eff 13AUG20 2 weekly 787-8
Mexico City – Toronto 2 weekly 737-800
Mexico City – Vancouver 3 weekly 737-800 (2 weekly form 05AUG20)
Published on 03.07.2020
Volaris schedules new domestic routes in July / Oct 2020

Published on 29.06.2020
Mexico’s Interjet announces reactivation of national, international flights into Cancun

Published on 25.06.2020
VivaAerobus resumes flights to several U.S. destinations from July
Aeromexico Says Will Operate More Than Twice Of Flights Compared To June

17.06.2020 AeroMexico in July 2020 continues to maintain interim schedule, including International service. As of 12JUN20, planned International service from 01JUL20 to 31JUL20 as follows. Operation remains subject to change, as well as passenger traffic rights may see variation, due to ongoing travel restrictions.

Guadalajara – Chicago O’Hare 1 daily 737-800
Guadalajara – Fresno 1 daily 737-800
Guadalajara – Los Angeles 1 daily 737-800
Guadalajara – Sacramento 1 daily 737-800
Mexico City – Amsterdam 3 weekly 787-9
Mexico City – Austin 3 weekly E190
Mexico City – Barcelona 3 weekly 787-9
Mexico City – Chicago O’Hare 5 weekly 737-800
Mexico City – Guatemala City 3 weekly E190
Mexico City – Houston 6 weekly E190
Mexico City – Lima 3 weekly 737-800
Mexico City – Los Angeles 9 weekly 737-800
Mexico City – Madrid 1 daily 787-9
Mexico City – Miami 4 weekly E190
Mexico City – Montreal 2 weekly 737-800
Mexico City – New York JFK 9 weekly 737-800
Mexico City – Orlando 4 weekly 737-800
Mexico City – Paris CDG 3 weekly 787-9
Mexico City – Quito 2 weekly 737-800
Mexico City – San Antonio 4 weekly E190
Mexico City – San Jose (Costa Rica) 3 weekly E190
Mexico City – San Pedro Sula 2 weekly E190
Mexico City – San Salvador 2 weekly E190
Mexico City – Santo Domingo 3 weekly E190
Mexico City – Sao Paulo Guarulhos eff 07JUL20 3 weekly 787-9
Mexico City – Seattle 3 weekly 737-800
Mexico City – Seoul Incheon 2 weekly 787-8
Mexico City – Tokyo Narita 2 weekly 787-8
Mexico City – Toronto 2 weekly 737-800
Mexico City – Vancouver 4 weekly 737-800
Published on 30.05.2020
Aeromexico to resume additional international flights from 1 June

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Full Restrictions
Open for travel from Mexico
Crossing Rules
  • Passengers are required to complete a Questionnaire for Identification of Risk Factors in travellers on arrival in Mexico. The questionnaire can be accessed here.
Flight Restrictions

published 19.06.2020
A completed “Cuestionario de indentificacion de factores de riesgo en viajeros” must be presented to “immigration” upon arrival. The form can be found at afac.hostingerapp.com .

Quarantine

No requirement.
There are no mandatory quarantine policies currently in effect in Mexico for confirmed or suspected cases. The Mexican government encourages people experiencing the symptoms of COVID-19, fever, cough, headaches, throat pain, or constant sneezing, to stay at home for 14 days, consult with, and comply with the instructions of your local healthcare provider.

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Insurance
Certification

COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

Mandatory questionnaire to be fulfilled electronically by passengers see here.
– Temperature screening for all arrivals
– Visual inspection of passengers by the local authority
– Medical evaluation in site.

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Vaccination

Yellow fever (2019)
Country requirement at entry: no
WHO vaccination recommendation: no

Malaria (2018)
Malaria risk due almost exclusively to P. vivax exists intermittently throughout the year in some rural areas
that are not often visited by tourists. Low risk exists in some localities in Chiapas State (Costa). Localities
with very low risk are situated in the states of Chihuahua, Durango, Nayarit, Quintana Roo and Sinaloa.
WHO recommended prevention in risk areas: A

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Full Restrictions

  • Mexico Latest News: Terminal 3 reopens at Cancun International Airport after closure because of COVID-19 (Yucatan Times, 27.10.2020). U.S. borders with Canada, Mexico will remain closed to nonessential travel until 21 November (Reuters,19.10.20). Government could tighten COVID-19 restrictions in coming days as number of hospitalizations rise in Mexico City (Reuters,19.10.2020). European airlines will resume flights to Cancun in October (Yucatan Times, 16.09.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are operating to and from Mexico.
    *Entry to Mexico from the United States: The land border between the US and Mexico is closed to all non-essential traffic as part of COVID-19 measures. This is reviewed on a monthly basis. This closure applies primarily to tourism and recreational travel. Cargo, trade and healthcare workers will still be able to cross the border. Check with your closest US Embassy/Consulate before attempting to cross the border.
    *Entry to Mexico from Guatemala: There have been reports of disruptions and tensions at the Mexico-Guatemala border. On 1 October a caravan of approximately 3000 migrants entered Guatemala and are currently making their way through Honduras to Mexico, bound for the United States (USA). Periodic border closures are possible and you should check with local authorities before attempting to cross the land border.
    *Testing / screening on arrival: If you present symptoms of COVID-19 upon arrival at an airport in Mexico, you should ask for the International Health Team (“Sanidad Internacional”).

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Mexico: People should remain at home wherever possible, and particularly the over 60s, those with underlying medical conditions, and pregnant women. Follow the advice of the local authorities. Individual states in Mexico are imposing additional measures and restrictions. The Mexican government has put into place a traffic light system to manage the easing of restrictions, this varies from state to state; review local government websites for detailed information for where you are.
    *Accommodation: Individual states in Mexico are imposing additional measures and restrictions; review local government websites (in Spanish) for detailed information for where you are.
    *Public places and services: Individual states in Mexico are imposing additional measures and restrictions; review local government websites (in Spanish)for detailed information for where you are.
    You can find further advice and information on the measures imposed in Mexico City on the Mexico City Government website.

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    11.11.2020
  • Mexico Latest News: U.S. borders with Canada, Mexico will remain closed to nonessential travel until 21 November (Reuters,19.10.20). Government could tighten COVID-19 restrictions in coming days as number of hospitalizations rise in Mexico City (Reuters,19.10.2020). European airlines will resume flights to Cancun in October (Yucatan Times, 16.09.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are operating to and from Mexico.
    *Entry to Mexico from the United States: The land border between the US and Mexico is closed to all non-essential traffic as part of COVID-19 measures. This is reviewed on a monthly basis. This closure applies primarily to tourism and recreational travel. Cargo, trade and healthcare workers will still be able to cross the border. Check with your closest US Embassy/Consulate before attempting to cross the border.
    *Entry to Mexico from Guatemala: There have been reports of disruptions and tensions at the Mexico-Guatemala border. On 1 October a caravan of approximately 3000 migrants entered Guatemala and are currently making their way through Honduras to Mexico, bound for the United States (USA). Periodic border closures are possible and you should check with local authorities before attempting to cross the land border.
    *Testing / screening on arrival: If you present symptoms of COVID-19 upon arrival at an airport in Mexico, you should ask for the International Health Team (“Sanidad Internacional”).

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Mexico: People should remain at home wherever possible, and particularly the over 60s, those with underlying medical conditions, and pregnant women. Follow the advice of the local authorities. Individual states in Mexico are imposing additional measures and restrictions. The Mexican government has put into place a traffic light system to manage the easing of restrictions, this varies from state to state; review local government websites for detailed information for where you are.
    *Accommodation: Individual states in Mexico are imposing additional measures and restrictions; review local government websites (in Spanish) for detailed information for where you are.
    *Public places and services: Individual states in Mexico are imposing additional measures and restrictions; review local government websites (in Spanish)for detailed information for where you are.
    You can find further advice and information on the measures imposed in Mexico City on the Mexico City Government website.

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    26.10.2020
  • Mexico Latest News: U.S. extends border restrictions with Canada and Mexico until 21OCT20 (Travel Pulse, 18.09.2020). European airlines will resume flights to Cancun in October (Yucatan Times, 16.09.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights are operating to and from Mexico. *Entry to Mexico: The Mexican government has confirmed that the land border between the US and Mexico will remain closed to all non-essential traffic until 21 October. This is reviewed on a monthly basis. This closure applies primarily to tourism and recreational travel. Cargo, trade and healthcare workers will still be able to cross the border. Check with your closest US Embassy/Consulate before attempting to cross the border.
    *Testing / screening on arrival: If you present symptoms upon arrival at an airport in Mexico, you should ask for the International Health Team (“Sanidad Internacional”).
    *Entry from Guatemala: There have been reports of disruptions and tensions at the Mexico-Guatemala border. On 1 October a caravan of approximately 3000 migrants entered Guatemala and are currently making their way through Honduras to Mexico, bound for the United States (USA). Periodic border closures are possible and you should check with local authorities before attempting to cross the land border.

    Internal Restrictions:
    People should remain at home wherever possible, and particularly the over 60s, those with underlying medical conditions, and pregnant women Hotels are no longer receiving reservations and only some hotels are authorised to offer limited accommodation to foreign nationals for humanitarian reasons. The Mexican Ministry of Tourism and Ministry of Health request that non-resident foreign nationals currently in Mexico return to their home countries immediately. Follow the advice of the local authorities. Individual states in Mexico are imposing additional measures and restrictions; review local government websites. You can find further advice and information on the measures imposed in Mexico City on the Mexico City Government website.

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    09.10.2020
  • Mexico Latest News: U.S. extends border restrictions with Canada and Mexico until 21OCT20 (Travel Pulse, 18.09.2020). European airlines will resume flights to Cancun in October (Yucatan Times, 16.09.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    The Mexican government has confirmed that the land border between the US and Mexico will remain closed to all non-essential traffic until 21 October. This is reviewed on a monthly basis. This closure applies primarily to tourism and recreational travel. Cargo, trade and healthcare workers will still be able to cross the border.
    Commercial flights are operating to and from Mexico.Some airlines are imposing their own additional restrictions on travelers, different from the Mexican government guidelines. These restrictions may apply for domestic and international flights. Upon entry into Mexico, authorities will ask for a “Cuestionario de indentificacion de factores de riesgo en viajeros”. The form can be found here. If you present symptoms upon arrival at an airport in Mexico, you should ask for the International Health Team (“Sanidad Internacional”). There have been reports of disruptions and tensions at the Mexico-Guatemala border. Periodic closures are possible and you are advised to check with local authorities before attempting to cross the land border. There have been reports of foreigners being held up in the neutral zone between both countries, after leaving Guatemala by land.

    Internal Restrictions:
    People should remain at home wherever possible, and particularly the over 60s, those with underlying medical conditions, and pregnant women Hotels are no longer receiving reservations and only some hotels are authorised to offer limited accommodation to foreign nationals for humanitarian reasons. The Mexican Ministry of Tourism and Ministry of Health request that non-resident foreign nationals currently in Mexico return to their home countries immediately. Follow the advice of the local authorities. Individual states in Mexico are imposing additional measures and restrictions; review local government websites. You can find further advice and information on the measures imposed in Mexico City on the Mexico City Government website.

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    22.09.2020
  • Mexico Mexico City allows metro stations, businesses to reopen amid increasing COVID-19 cases (AP, 29.06.2020)

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    International restrictions:

    Commercial flights are operating to and from Mexico.Some airlines are imposing their own additional restrictions on travelers, different from the Mexican government guidelines. These restrictions may apply for domestic and international flights. Upon entry into Mexico, authorities will ask for a “Cuestionario de indentificacion de factores de riesgo en viajeros”. The form can be found at [https://afac.hostingerapp.com/]. On 16th June, the Mexican government confirmed that the land border between the US and Mexico will remain closed to all non-essential traffic until 21st July. This closure applies primarily to tourism and recreational travel. Cargo, trade and healthcare workers will still be able to cross the border. If you present symptoms upon arrival at an airport in Mexico, you should ask for the International Health Team (“Sanidad Internacional”). There have been reports of disruptions and tensions at the Mexico-Guatemala border. Periodic closures are possible and you are advised to check with local authorities before attempting to cross the land border. There have been reports of foreigners being held up in the neutral zone between both countries, after leaving Guatemala by land.

    *****Internal Restrictions:
    People should remain at home wherever possible, and particularly the over 60s, those with underlying medical conditions, and pregnant women Hotels are no longer receiving reservations and only some hotels are authorised to offer limited accommodation to foreign nationals for humanitarian reasons. The Mexican Ministry of Tourism and Ministry of Health request that non-resident foreign nationals currently in Mexico return to their home countries immediately. Follow the advice of the local authorities. Individual states in Mexico are imposing additional measures and restrictions; review local government websites. You can find further advice and information on the measures imposed in Mexico City on the Mexico City Government website [https://covid19.cdmx.gob.mx/].

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    09.07.2020
  • Mexico A completed “Cuestionario de indentificacion de factores de riesgo en viajeros” must be presented to “immigration” upon arrival. The form can be found at https://afac.hostingerapp.com/ .

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    International restrictions:

    The shared border with the US is closed to non-essential travel until 22 June.
    Mandatory health screening measures have been implemented at several ports of entry, causing significant travel disruption, particularly in Nuevo Leon and Sonora. Authorities in Tamaulipas state have prohibited entry into Mexico for non-essential travellers based on the last digit of their license plate through May 30. Travel is prohibited as follows: 0-1 for Mondays, 2-3 for Tuesdays, 4-5 for Wendesdays, 6-7 for Thursdays and 8-9 for Fridays. Non-essential travel is not prohibited on the weekends in Tamaulipas and only four individuals are allowed to travel in the same vehicle. Flag carrier Aeromexico announced that it would suspend 17 international routes and reduce flights in another 23, including a 40% reduction in its scheduled flights to Europe. Several international airlines have also announced suspensions or reductions.

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    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    The number of confirmed and suspected cases is still increasing daily in several regions of Mexico. Mexico City, Mexico State, Puebla, Tabasco, and Jalisco currently report the highest number of confirmed active cases for the preceding two-week period. Hospital occupancy rates are also increasing, with the highest levels in Mexico City, Mexico State, Guerrero, Sonora, and Morelos. Mexican health authorities have reiterated calls for people to stay home during this time.
    Sixteen of Mexico’s states are designated “red” under the federal system from June 15 to June 21 (Baja California, Chiapas, Mexico City, Colima, Mexico State, Guerrero, Hidalgo, Morelos, Nayarit, Oaxaca, Puebla, Queretaro, Sinaloa, Sonora, Tlaxcala, and Veracruz). Under red, only essential activities are allowed. Essential activities include: the provision of medical services and supplies, grocery delivery services, operation of grocery stores, restaurant delivery and carryout services, assurance of public safety, maintenance of fundamental economic functions and government social programs, work in critical infrastructure, construction, and manufacturing of transportation equipment. Hotels are limited to 25 percent occupancy for guests working on critical activities. Parks are also limited to 25 percent occupancy. Schools in Mexico are closed.
    Sixteen of Mexico’s states are designated “orange” under the federal system from June 15 to June 21 (Aguascalientes, Baja California Sur, Campeche, Chihuahua, Coahuila, Durango, Guanajuato, Jalisco, Michoacán, Nuevo León, Quintana Roo, San Luis Potosí, Tabasco, Tamaulipas, Yucatán, and Zacatecas). Under orange, hotels, restaurants, barbershops, open-air parks, and gyms are limited to 50 percent capacity. Markets and supermarkets will operate at 75 percent capacity. Additionally, shopping malls, churches, cinemas, theaters, museums, and cultural events will be limited to 25 percent capacity.
    Some states and municipalities have implemented additional restrictions on public gatherings, transportation, business operations, and government operations if health conditions warrant and/or developed separate stoplight systems from those at the federal level. Several states and municipalities have imposed curfews and movement restrictions on non-essential activities and have required citizens to wear masks when outside their homes. In some areas, officials may issue fines and/or arrest and detain individuals found to be in violation of stay at home orders. Please see additional information on these restrictions and links to state COVID-19 websites in the “Local Resources” section on our website. This information is not comprehensive and is subject to change without notice. Please confirm directly with local government and other trusted sources for more information on closures and restrictions in different Mexican states and municipalities.

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    19.06.2020
  • Mexico A completed “Cuestionario de indentificacion de factores de riesgo en viajeros” [https://www.aeromar.mx/files/Cuestionario_de_viajero.pdf] must be presented to “immigration” upon arrival.

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    International restrictions:

    The shared border with the US is closed to non-essential travel until 22 June.
    Mandatory health screening measures have been implemented at several ports of entry, causing significant travel disruption, particularly in Nuevo Leon and Sonora. Authorities in Tamaulipas state have prohibited entry into Mexico for non-essential travellers based on the last digit of their license plate through May 30. Travel is prohibited as follows: 0-1 for Mondays, 2-3 for Tuesdays, 4-5 for Wendesdays, 6-7 for Thursdays and 8-9 for Fridays. Non-essential travel is not prohibited on the weekends in Tamaulipas and only four individuals are allowed to travel in the same vehicle. Flag carrier Aeromexico announced that it would suspend 17 international routes and reduce flights in another 23, including a 40% reduction in its scheduled flights to Europe. Several international airlines have also announced suspensions or reductions.

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    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    School and non-essential business closures in most municipalities until at least 31 May. Non-essential businesses in rural areas with low transmission rates will be permitted to reopen from 18 May. Most of these areas are located in Oaxaca state. Beginning 1 June, the Health Ministry will announce a tiered system to guide reopening. The system will consist of different phases outlining loosening of restrictions, and will be assigned to each state and updated weekly. Scheduled electoral processes and census collections have been postponed until further notice. Essential events and gatherings of more than 50 people are suspended until 30 May. A strict home isolation protocol is in place for people over 60 years old, pregnant women, or those considered to be at high medical risk. All hotels will cancel new and existing reservations and will close for non-essential business. Masks must be worn in Mexico City while using public transportation. In at least ten other states, including Coahuila, Durango, Guererro, Morelos, Nuevo Leon, Oaxaca, Puebla, Quintana Roo, Tamaulipas and Yucatán, masks must be worn in public (while using public transportation and/or while in supermarkets). Aeromexico and fellow national airlines Interjet and Volaris have significantly reduced their domestic flight schedule. The state of Quintana Roo has put numerous restrictions in place. A curfew has been instituted from 19.00 to 05.00. Public transportation has been reduced and Playa del Carmen boulevard has been closed. No more than two people are allowed in each car.

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    15.06.2020
  • Mexico

    International restrictions:

    The shared border with the US is closed to non-essential travel until 22 June.
    Mandatory health screening measures have been implemented at several ports of entry, causing significant travel disruption, particularly in Nuevo Leon and Sonora. Authorities in Tamaulipas state have prohibited entry into Mexico for non-essential travellers based on the last digit of their license plate through May 30. Travel is prohibited as follows: 0-1 for Mondays, 2-3 for Tuesdays, 4-5 for Wendesdays, 6-7 for Thursdays and 8-9 for Fridays. Non-essential travel is not prohibited on the weekends in Tamaulipas and only four individuals are allowed to travel in the same vehicle. Flag carrier Aeromexico announced that it would suspend 17 international routes and reduce flights in another 23, including a 40% reduction in its scheduled flights to Europe. Several international airlines have also announced suspensions or reductions.

    Outbound restrictions:

    There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country.

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    School and non-essential business closures in most municipalities until at least 31 May. Non-essential businesses in rural areas with low transmission rates will be permitted to reopen from 18 May. Most of these areas are located in Oaxaca state. Beginning 1 June, the Health Ministry will announce a tiered system to guide reopening. The system will consist of different phases outlining loosening of restrictions, and will be assigned to each state and updated weekly. Scheduled electoral processes and census collections have been postponed until further notice. Essential events and gatherings of more than 50 people are suspended until 30 May. A strict home isolation protocol is in place for people over 60 years old, pregnant women, or those considered to be at high medical risk. All hotels will cancel new and existing reservations and will close for non-essential business. Masks must be worn in Mexico City while using public transportation. In at least ten other states, including Coahuila, Durango, Guererro, Morelos, Nuevo Leon, Oaxaca, Puebla, Quintana Roo, Tamaulipas and Yucatán, masks must be worn in public (while using public transportation and/or while in supermarkets). Aeromexico and fellow national airlines Interjet and Volaris have significantly reduced their domestic flight schedule. The state of Quintana Roo has put numerous restrictions in place. A curfew has been instituted from 19.00 to 05.00. Public transportation has been reduced and Playa del Carmen boulevard has been closed. No more than two people are allowed in each car.

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    01.06.2020
  • Mexico U.S. government extends ban on nonessential travel with Canada and Mexico shared borders through 22 June (Reuters, 19.05.2020)

    International restrictions:

    The shared border with the US is closed to non-essential travel until 22 June. Mandatory health screening measures have been implemented at several ports of entry, causing significant travel disruption, particularly in Nuevo Leon and Sonora. Authorities in Tamaulipas state have prohibited entry into Mexico for non-essential travellers based on the last digit of their license plate through May 30. Travel is prohibited as follows: 0-1 for Mondays, 2-3 for Tuesdays, 4-5 for Wendesdays, 6-7 for Thursdays and 8-9 for Fridays. Non-essential travel is not prohibited on the weekends in Tamaulipas and only four individuals are allowed to travel in the same vehicle. Flag carrier Aeromexico announced that it would suspend 17 international routes and reduce flights in another 23, including a 40% reduction in its scheduled flights to Europe. Several international airlines have also announced suspensions or reductions.

    Outbound restrictions:

    There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country.

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    School and non-essential business closures in most municipalities until at least 31 May. Non-essential businesses in rural areas with low transmission rates will be permitted to reopen from 18 May. Most of these areas are located in Oaxaca state. Beginning 1 June, the Health Ministry will announce a tiered system to guide reopening. The system will consist of different phases outlining loosening of restrictions, and will be assigned to each state and updated weekly. Scheduled electoral processes and census collections have been postponed until further notice. Essential events and gatherings of more than 50 people are suspended until 30 May. A strict home isolation protocol is in place for people over 60 years old, pregnant women, or those considered to be at high medical risk. All hotels will cancel new and existing reservations and will close for non-essential business. Masks must be worn in Mexico City while using public transportation. In at least ten other states, including Coahuila, Durango, Guererro, Morelos, Nuevo Leon, Oaxaca, Puebla, Quintana Roo, Tamaulipas and Yucatán, masks must be worn in public (while using public transportation and/or while in supermarkets). Aeromexico and fellow national airlines Interjet and Volaris have significantly reduced their domestic flight schedule. The state of Quintana Roo has put numerous restrictions in place. A curfew has been instituted from 19.00 to 05.00. Public transportation has been reduced and Playa del Carmen boulevard has been closed. No more than two people are allowed in each car.

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    30.05.2020
  • Mexico

    International restrictions:

    The shared border with the US is closed to non-essential travel until at least 20 May. Mandatory health screening measures have been implemented at several ports of entry, causing significant travel disruption, particularly in Nuevo Leon and Sonora. Authorities in Tamaulipas state have prohibited entry into Mexico for non-essential travellers based on the last digit of their license plate through May 30. Travel is prohibited as follows: 0-1 for Mondays, 2-3 for Tuesdays, 4-5 for Wendesdays, 6-7 for Thursdays and 8-9 for Fridays. Non-essential travel is not prohibited on the weekends in Tamaulipas and only four individuals are allowed to travel in the same vehicle. Flag carrier Aeromexico announced that it would suspend 17 international routes and reduce flights in another 23, including a 40% reduction in its scheduled flights to Europe. Several international airlines have also announced suspensions or reductions.

    Outbound restrictions:

    There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country.

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    School and non-essential business closures in most municipalities until at least 31 May. Non-essential businesses in rural areas with low transmission rates will be permitted to reopen from 18 May. Most of these areas are located in Oaxaca state. Beginning 1 June, the Health Ministry will announce a tiered system to guide reopening. The system will consist of different phases outlining loosening of restrictions, and will be assigned to each state and updated weekly. Scheduled electoral processes and census collections have been postponed until further notice. Essential events and gatherings of more than 50 people are suspended until 30 May. A strict home isolation protocol is in place for people over 60 years old, pregnant women, or those considered to be at high medical risk. All hotels will cancel new and existing reservations and will close for non-essential business. Masks must be worn in Mexico City while using public transportation. In at least ten other states, including Coahuila, Durango, Guererro, Morelos, Nuevo Leon, Oaxaca, Puebla, Quintana Roo, Tamaulipas and Yucatán, masks must be worn in public (while using public transportation and/or while in supermarkets). Aeromexico and fellow national airlines Interjet and Volaris have significantly reduced their domestic flight schedule. The state of Quintana Roo has put numerous restrictions in place. A curfew has been instituted from 19.00 to 05.00. Public transportation has been reduced and Playa del Carmen boulevard has been closed. No more than two people are allowed in each car.

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    18.05.2020
  • Mexico

    International restrictions:

    The shared border with the US is closed to non-essential travel until at least 20 May. Mandatory health screening measures have been implemented at several ports of entry, causing significant travel disruption, particularly in Nuevo Leon and Sonora. Authorities in Tamaulipas state have prohibited entry into Mexico for non-essential travellers based on the last digit of their license plate through May 30. Travel is prohibited as follows: 0-1 for Mondays, 2-3 for Tuesdays, 4-5 for Wendesdays, 6-7 for Thursdays and 8-9 for Fridays. Non-essential travel is not prohibited on the weekends in Tamaulipas and only four individuals are allowed to travel in the same vehicle. Flag carrier Aeromexico announced that it would suspend 17 international routes and reduce flights in another 23, including a 40% reduction in its scheduled flights to Europe. Several international airlines have also announced suspensions or reductions.

    Outbound restrictions:

    There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country.

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    School and non-essential business closures in most municipalities until 30 May.

    Non-essential public-sector, private-sector, and social activities are suspended. Public transit will remain operational. Scheduled electoral processes and census collections have been postponed until further notice. Essential events and gatherings of more than 50 people are suspended until 30 May. Political processes including surveys, censuses and elections are postponed until further notice. A strict home isolation protocol is in place for people over 60 years old, pregnant women, or those considered to be at high medical risk. All electoral processes, censuses, and surveys are postponed until further notice. Aguascalientes, Baja California, Chihuahua, Coahuila, Durango, Mexico, Queretaro, San Luis Potosi, Tabasco and Zacatecas states have closed non-essential businesses. All hotels will cancel new and existing reservations and will close for non-essential business. Masks must be worn in Mexico City while using public transportation. In at least ten other states, including Coahuila, Durango, Guererro, Morelos, Nuevo Leon, Oaxaca, Puebla, Quintana Roo, Tamaulipas and Yucatán, masks must be worn in public (while using public transportation and/or while in supermarkets). Aeromexico and fellow national airlines Interjet and Volaris have significantly reduced their domestic flight schedule. Non-essential businesses in areas with low transmission rates will be permitted to reopen from 18 May. From 7 May the state of Quintana Roo has put numerous restrictions in place. A curfew has been instituted from 19.00 to 05.00. Public transportation has been reduced and Playa del Carmen boulevard has been closed. No more than two people are allowed in each car.

    Read more
    16.05.2020
  • Mexico Restrictions on nonessential travel across shared borders with USA extended for additional 30 days (Reuters, 20.04.2020)
    Passengers are required to fill out a passenger/health form online at: http://afac.000webhostapp.com/
    Mexico has implemented temperature-screening measures at some of its airports. Passengers with abnormal temperatures and travel to high-risk areas might be subject to additional health screening.

    As of April 11, Terminal 2 of the Cancun International Airport will be shut down with flights diverted to Terminal 4. (Media, 12.04.2020).
    The shared border with the US is closed to non-essential travel.

    Internal restrictions:

    Safety measures extended until 30 May (Yucatan Times, 17.04.2020)
    Non-essential public-sector, private-sector, and social activities are suspended. Public transit will remain operational.
    Essential events and gatherings of more than 50 people are suspended until 30 April.
    A strict home isolation protocol is in place for people over 60 years old, pregnant women, or those considered to be at high medical risk.
    All electoral processes, censuses, and surveys are postponed until further notice.
    Aguascalientes, Baja California, Chihuahua, Coahuila, Durango, Mexico, Queretaro, San Luis Potosi, Tabasco and Zacatecas states have closed non-essential businesses.
    The Mexican government announced that all hotels will cancel new and existing reservations and will close for non essential business.
    Masks must be worn in Mexico City while using public transportation. In at least 10 other states, including Coahuila, Durango, Guererro, Morelos, Nuevo Leon, Oaxaca, Puebla, Quintana Roo, Tamaulipas and Yucatán, masks must be worn in public (while using public transportation and/or while in supermarkets).
    Aeromexico and fellow national airlines Interjet and Volaris have significantly reduced their domestic flight schedule.

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    10.05.2020
  • Source Foreign travel advice, Gov.UK/
    US State Dept. COVID-19 Country Specific Information/
    OSAC Travel Advisories/
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