2010 Archive


News from our 2010 archive.

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Cozumel's First Year As Island Of Peace

Cozumel marks its first anniversary as "Island of Peace", next week, and can be proud of what has been accomplished in just a year.

The island was awarded the prestigious peace flag - whose previous recipients include the Dalai Lama - a year ago on July 13th.

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1,000 Cozumel Facebook Followers

The This is Cozumel Facebook page now has over 1,000 followers and the number continues to grow daily.

Launched just 3 months ago, the page has quickly become a popular online Cozumel community where fans can see news live and get lots of great tips, competitions and special deals.

As social media becomes more and more central to travel planning, the This is Cozumel Facebook page allows anyone to ask questions that experienced Cozumel visitors and residents can help answer.

 

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Cozumel Sightseeing By Buggy

The first of 5 new tours we're launching this month offers a great new way to see the island's wild side!

Discover Cozumel in your two-seater, fully automatic Xrail buggy.

See beautiful island sights on your adventure along scenic coastal roads and off-road jungle tracks.
 
Cozumel Xrail tour
Island sights by Xrail buggy.
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Cozumel Airport 13.9% Busier

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Cozumel airport's runway.
  Passenger traffic at Cozumel airport was 13.9% higher in the second quarter of 2010 than the same period in 2009, said, ASUR, the terminal's owner, yesterday.

The biggest rise was for international flights, with 109,000 passengers arriving in April, May and June 2010, some 14,000 more than the same 3 months last year.

The group, which owns 9 Mexican airports including Cancun, said the traffic increase helped their total profits rise over 70%.
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Cozumel Ready For Revolution Day

Cozumel is getting ready for Revolution Day tomorrow, when Mexico celebrates the 100th anniversary of the call to arms made in 1910.

Islanders will remember the lives of lost heroes and celebrate the Revolution with traditional costumes, patriotic events and displays by children and the emergency services.

 

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