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PVR Expects to Welcome More Than 2,200 Flights in July

According to the Puerto Vallarta Tourism Trust director, the PVR International Airport will welcome more than 2,200 flights by the end of July, continuing to break records in terms of air operations. He pointed out that this is an increase of 34% over the same period of 2019.

Puerto Vallarta to Host UTMB World Series in October

Puerto Vallarta was chosen as an official qualifying venue for an emblematic international sporting event, the UTMB (Ultra Trail du Mont Blanc, a famous destination ultra marathon running race) World Series, which will bring the world's best long-distance trail runners to the Banderas Bay area from October 28 to 30.

AMLO Promises to Finish Guadalajara – Vallarta Short Cut by 2024

During his Friday morning press conference in Puerto Vallarta, President Andr茅s Manuel L贸pez Obrador promised to complete the Guadalajara - Puerto Vallarta highway before the end of his administration. Regarding the construction of the Federation Bridge, he said they are analyzing the authorization of resources to carry out the work.

Vallarta Could Exceed 6 Million Air Passengers This Year

After a recent meeting with representatives of the airlines, the PVR international airport, migration and customs and the Jalisco tourism secretary, the director of the Puerto Vallarta Tourism Trust, Luis Villase帽or Nolasco, reported that it is anticipated that this year will end with more than 6 million passenger arrivals.

President L贸pez Obrador to Visit Puerto Vallarta on Friday

During his Wednesday morning press conference, President Andr茅s Manuel L贸pez Obrador announced that on Friday he will be in Puerto Vallarta, where he will give 'La Ma帽anera' (his daily press conference) and discuss security issues in the greater metropolitan area of Jalisco - Nayarit.

Number of Covid-19 Cases in Vallarta Continues to Rise

Despite the fact that 95 percent of Vallartenses over the age of 12 have had at least one dose of the biological against Covid-19, 1,500 new infections were registered in Puerto Vallarta during the first two weeks of July. However, hospitalizations remain low, and there have been no reported deaths due to SARS-CoV-2.

Inter-municipal Safe Summer Vacation Operation Underway

The Mexican Navy, together with Puerto Vallarta and Bah铆a de Banderas Police and Civil Protection units, has launched 'Operation Saving Lives'. Its purpose is to ensure the safety of the national tourists that are visiting the beaches of Banderas Bay for summer vacation.

Vaccination Campaign for Ages 5-11 Starts Tuesday in Vallarta

Covid vaccinations for children between 5 and 11 years of age will take place in Vallarta between Tuesday and Thursday of this week. About 6,500 doses of the Covid-19 vaccine will be available between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm at the La Lija Sports Unit, in Coapinole, and at the Naval Hospital.

Another Big Spike at the Puerto Vallarta Airport in June

Puerto Vallarta remains one of national and international travelers鈥 preferred tourist destinations in 2022, which was reflected in the number of visitors that arrived at the city鈥檚 International Airport over the last two 'low season' months. In June, the airport welcomed a record 504,600 passengers - up 36.3% over 2019.

First National Tourists of the Summer Arrive in Vallarta

Last weekend saw the arrival of the first summer vacationers to the Banderas Bay region, which increased hotel occupancy by at least five percent. Arrivals at the Puerto Vallarta International Airport started picking up on Friday afternoon, and Saturday and Sunday saw full domestic flights, according to airport personnel.
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