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Cabo San Lucas

The Los Cabos Tourism Board has created a reopening plan, which covers international travelers and new health and safety guidelines in collaboration with hotels, restaurants and travel operators across the destination

Since 80 percent of all international arrivals to Los Cabos comes from the U.S. (60 percent from California), the tourism board, local authorities, hotels and operators are working together to build confidence from travelers and have unveiled part of their five-phase reopening plan starting on June 1 and going until Q1 in 2021, when the destination expects a projected recovery in bookings of 80 percent. (To date, the destination is projecting a decrease in travel arrivals of 35 percent in 2020, which represents almost 1 million travelers to the destination.)

In their approach, the Los Cabos Tourism Board is paying close attention to the U.S.’ and individual states’ reopening plans, the U.S. Travel Association travel projections and the evolution of COVID-19 in Mexico to ensure the reopening plan is aligned to the market needs and trends.

Here is summary of the reopening phases, which shed some light into what the future of international travel to Mexico might look like:

  • Phase I (June) — Limit travel activity with focus on implementation of the health and safety standards and compliance across the destination
  • Phase II (July) — Opening of the international terminal and resuming international visitation
  • Phase III (August to September) — Slowly recovering national and international arrivals, especially among the reservations that were postponed from March and April to a later time
  • Phase IV (October to December) — Luxury travelers to return to the destination along with groups and travelers from Canada and the U.K.; 60 percent of bookings projected by EOY
  • Phase V (Q1 of 2021) — 60 percent air connectivity projected to be restored along with 80 percent of bookings projected to recover by early 2021.

Note: The U.S.-Mexico border remains closed through at least May 20, according to U.S. Acting Department of Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf. Whether this will be extended has yet to be announced.

The tourism board will soon be announcing a comprehensive set of health and safety guidelines that are being implemented and/or enhanced at the airport, transportation operators, restaurants, travel operators and hotels to ensure a consistent security plan to all travelers from the moment they arrive in the destination.

Helpful from our friends at Alaska Airlines

Next time you’re packing for a trip, you might wonder what’s changed – what’s the airport like, and what can you expect onboard. With everything going on around us, it’s understandable to have questions, so we’re writing to catch you up.

Both of us take safety incredibly seriously – Ben with his maintenance & engineering background and Brad as a long-time general aviation pilot. We’re proud of the industry leadership in flight safety that our teams have worked hard to achieve. And, we’ve extended that focus to all areas of personal health and safety, for this crisis and beyond.

We call that Next-Level Care, our commitment to keeping you healthy and safe at every step of your journey. Bottom line: You’re safe with us.
This video shows how we partnered with medical experts to think through and ensure your safety throughout your entire journey, on the ground and in the air, including:
• Requiring face masks to be worn by guests and our own employees;
• Giving you extra space on board, and distancing throughout check-in, boarding and deplaning;
• Deep and regular cleaning of our aircraft to exceed CDC guidelines, including both physical cleaning using EPA-approved disinfectant and electrostatic spraying as an additional layer of protection;
• Revising our onboard service to keep both employees and guests safe;
• And as always, providing hospital-grade onboard air filtration to keep air clean, which removes 99.9% of in-air particles including viruses, and refreshes cabin air every couple of minutes.

Care is deeply embedded in our culture and spirit at Alaska, and our mantra in the operation is “Ready. Safe. Go”. We don’t go until we know it’s safe, and each of you likely thinks the same way.

Our commitment to you is seeing Next-Level Care in everything we do, and knowing you’re safe, every time you fly with us.

Thank you for your continued loyalty, and we look forward to seeing you on board soon.

Take care,

Brad Tilden
Chief Executive Officer
Alaska Air Group

Ben Minicucci
President
Alaska Airlines