Travel Safety Update - Latin America / Caribbean.
Acapulco Now Fully Operational After Two September Storms Hit City Mexican tourism officials said Acapulco, Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo and Taxco are back in business following the one-two punch the destination sustained from Hurricane Ingrid and Tropical Storm Manuel in mid-September. All three of AcapulcoOs tourism zones -- Traditional, Golden and Diamond -- are fully operational and accessible by road. The Acapulco Alvarez International Airport has also resumed full operations. For its part, Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo did not incur major damage and all its airport and hotels are fully operational. The destination is located 150 miles northwest of Acapulco. Taxco was not touched by the storms at all. Oct 7, 2013 AirGuideOnline ISSN 1544-3760 Copyright [c] 2013 AirGuide / Pyramid Media Group. All rights reserved.
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