sold-out inaugural flight arrived in Mazatlan
, Mexico (MZT) from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) this week. The move supports tourism authorities that say Mexico is safe for travel. As Mexico struggles to repair
it's image and shift international focus from drug-lord induced crime headlines
to business-as-usual, American's new daily flight was welcomed with open arms.
"We come to Mazatlán to make our contribution and be good partners in tourism" said
Marvin Diaz, Director General of American Airlines in Mexico.
The new 2-hour flight from Dallas affords new travel options for the more than 2 million travelers who visit Mazatlan each year opening up connections from more than 250 international markets
"Mazatlán is a vibrant destination alive with rich culture and unrivalled hospitality on the Pacific Coast," said Carlos Berdegue, vice president, Mazatlán Hotel Association and Tourism Board
in a press release. "We are delighted to begin our new partnership with American Airlines, which will allow visitors from all over the world to discover our beautiful weather, golden-sand beaches, historic center and premier resorts."
The new American Eagle non-stop flight to Mazatlán offers daily service from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), departing from Dallas at 11:45am and arriving in Mazatlan at 1:05pm.
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