From 20 to December 21 the national airline Aeromexico announced 2 new flights from Mazatlan and Los Mochis to Tijuana, thus expanding its connectivity offering.
The flight Mazatlan – Tijuana will be available from December 20 with prices ranging at $2,008 in the following schedules:
Departures Saturday & Sunday
MZT 23:20 pm – TIJ 00:45 am
Return Monday & Sunday
TIJ 1:55 pm – MZT 5:55 pm
The flight Los Mochis – Tijuana will be available from December 21 with prices ranging at $1,799 in the following schedules:
LOS MOCHIS 20:00 pm – TIJ 20:45 pm
TIJ 4:25 pm – LOS MOCHIS 7:05 pm
With a new avant-garde facade, spacious and new outpatient, documentation area and passenger services, over 4,800 m2 of growth and remodeling, rehabilitation of pavements in operational areas and an investment of over 108 million pesos, is like Mazatlan will welcome to all its visitors.
Yesterday in the presence of the Governor of Sinaloa, Mario Lopez Valdez, Mayor of Mazatlan, Carlos Felton Gonzalez, Secretary of Tourism of Sinaloa, Dr. Francisco Cordova Celaya, the CEO of OMA, Ing. Porfirio Gonzalez, and other authorities and representatives of airlines and chambers, works of expansion and renovation of Terminal Building of the Mazatlan International Airport ‘General Rafael Buelna’ were opened, which, in the words of Diego Quintana, Chairman of OMA, “is one more project of the company to modernize the provision of airport services and strengthen Mazatlan as one of the top tourist destinations in the Pacific area of Mexico”.
On the air side of Mazatlan Airport, rehabilitated 25,000 m² of business aviation platform, so that the safety of airport operations is optimized; likewise, 2 jetways last generation were acquired, allowing the passenger boarding and arrived safely and comfortably.
In addition, commercial spaces were renewed and increased passenger services by installing Wayfinders location maps; a Wall Interactive, entertainment area with video games; OMA TV, a channel with topics of general interest; Hall Multisensorial one high-tech sensors that activate images, sound and drafts; and a Great screen outside the airport.
These improvement works will enable more efficient operations optimizing time and offering passengers more comfort and safety during their stay, creating unique travel experiences.
Come and enjoy the greatest festival of the beautiful port of Mazatlan!
|12/11/14||First Official Count Manifestation||Col. Francisco Villa||5 pm|
|First Official Count||Col. Francisco Villa||6 pm|
|12/21/14||South Zone Manifestation||Rosario & Escuinapa||9 am|
|01/16/15||Mazatlan Manifestation||Leonismo Internacional||4 pm|
|01/23/15||Final Count||Plazuela Republica||6 pm|
|01/24/15||Queen's Election||Angela Peralta Theater||7 pm|
|02/06/15||Arts Evening||Angela Peralta Theater||8 pm|
|Opening of Gastronomic Sampling||Plazuela Machado||2 pm|
|02/12/15||Coronation of King of Joy||Olas Altas||7:30 pm|
|Fantasy Dance||Club Muralla||8 pm|
|02/13/15||Coronation of Floral Games Queen||Teodoro Mariscal Stadium||8:30 pm|
|02/14/15||Coronation of Carnival Queen||Teodoro Mariscal Stadium||6:30 pm|
|Burning of the bad moods||Olas Altas||9 pm|
|Naval Combat||Olas Altas||10:30 pm|
|02/15/15||First Carnival Parade||Memorial to the Fisherman||5:30 pm|
|02/16/15||Children's Dance||Spectaculare||10 am|
|Coronation of Queen Children||Teodoro Mariscal Stadium||6:30 pm|
|02/17/15||Second Carnival Parade||Del Mar Avenue - Aquarium||4:30 pm|
The refurbishment work of the tent Olivera located on Olas Altas begins, whose project includes construction of a slide, lighting installation, interactive fountains, ramps, walkways, street furniture, etc., where an investment of 4.5 million pesos is estimated.
This recreational family space will be ready for March 2015, so we invite you to be aware of the progress the Government of Mazatlan done to you and your family.
With hundreds of ‘rosarenses’ and the stellar performance of the Symphony Orchestra and Children and Juvenile Choir, the Town Hall of El Rosario in coordination with the Magic Town Committee, conducted a Cultural Arts Festival to commemorate the second anniversary of the municipality of El Rosario as Magic Town of Sinaloa.
The town of El Rosario receives the mark of magical town because it brings together a history of over 350 years, its architectural heritage dating from the seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and possesses one of the most important indigenous ceremonial centers of Mexico.
During the celebration, the public could also enjoy the presentation of Our Lady of the El Rosario Choir, the Dance Academy Kaulian and interpretation of young ‘rosarenses’ as Adilene and Tania Crespo, Antonio Bastidas, Jesus Dominguez, Adriana Rodriguez and Paola Aguilar.
At the end of the performances, the Mayor of El Rosario, Arturo Flores Guzman, said a few words to the audience, reminding them that not only is a commitment of the authorities to contribute in order that The Rosary continues being established as Magic Town, but it is an effort and responsibility of all who must fight to promote tourism values and love for this land.
On Sunday November 30 Mazatlan vibrated through the queen contest Great Pacific Marathon, where in the presence of the Governor of Sinaloa, Mario Lopez Valdez, and the Mayor of Mazatlan, Carlos Felton Gonzalez, the starting shot was given for the most 11,000 competitors that came for the 42 kilometers.
From the first kilometers, the power of Kenyans was felt to stand in front of the peloton and went to the kilometer 29 when the competitor Stephen Njoroge went faster to place as indisputable leader, taking a pace and advantage that led it to being crowned as the top winner with a time of 2:18:38, while the Mexican Gualberto Vargas, native of Guanajuato, placed second with a time of 2:18:52 and Kenyan Martin Matindi kept the third medal with time 2:21:52.
In the women’s field, the Kenyan Caroline Jebiwot and Dorcas Jeruto, made the 1, 2 with a time of 2:42:01 and 2:44:15 respectively, leaving the third place to Angela Brito from Ecuador with a final mark of 2:45:26.
The Kenyan Stephen Njoroge shared with the public at the end of the competition his feelings: “I’m happy to have won this marathon; this was the goal I set early on and feel I got all my effort into making it.”
Congratulations to all the winners and participants for making once again the Great Pacific Marathon Mazatlan one of the most competitive and important sporting events in Mexico.
See you in 2015!
The contagious rhythm of one of the great successes that popularized the singer Celia Cruz, “La Negra Tiene Tumbao” and against a team of experts formed by Carlos Lizarraga, Casting Coordinator, Monserrat Millan, Teacher and Director of the Center Danzario Vilanova, the teacher Linda Chang and Carnival Parade Coordinator, Gabriela Hernandez; hundreds of aspirants gathered to share their joy and dance ability to earn a place in the Mazatlan’s Carnival 2015.
Casting intent is to make the comparsas of competition and exhibition monumental and those participants in the comparsas and who will parade on board of the cars, ensure the happiness and achieve interpret the characters to give an artistic approach to the parades according to the theme of the next Carnival.
It is expected that during Mazatlan International Carnival Parade 2015 involved about 380 people as crew members of the allegoric cars and an average of 1,500 in the comparsas.
With nearly 60 tons of material kicked off the assembly work for the Expo Sports, Medical and the Goal Area of the Pacific Marathon 2014, which, among barricades, podium, perimeter fence, etc., are invested five days of hard work.
Meanwhile, the Ministry of Tourism of Sinaloa explained that for the Festival of Light there will be had 15 points launch fireworks and lights along 4 kilometers of Mazatlan’s levee, integrating the participation of 4 flight paragliders with LED lights and 4 flyboards illuminated in the water and supported by jet skis.
Mazatlan welcomes all athletes, tourists and citizens to join one of the most important sports festivals of the state.
Program – Saturday 29 November
5:00 pm Turtle Release
6:00 pm Waiters Race
6:30 pm Botargas Race
7:00 pm 5K Race Elite Men and Women
8:00 pm Festival of Light 2014
Yesterday morning the President of Mazatlan, Carlos Felton Gonzalez, unveiled two commemorative plaques recognizing the peoples “El Recodo” and “Veranos” as “patriotic sites” and “heroic peoples” for its participation in the Heroic Defense of the Port 150 years ago.
During the formal ceremony the Mayor told to the audience: “We are very proud of the courage of our ancestors, it is important to remember proudly those who defended our territory.”
Mazatlan Mayor informed that these peoples are part of a group of communities that have been declared “heroic” for its participation in the defense of Mazatlan, so that all citizens should be proud of their history and conduct in pursuit of good common and improving their environment.
On thursday afternoon, with an estimated investment of $70 million dollars and with the presence of local and state authorities, was held the official opening of the “Plaza Sendero Mazatlan” that after seven months of hard work and construction opens its doors in the north of the city.
With the presence of the Governor of Sinaloa, Mario Lopez Valdez, the Mayor, Carlos Felton Gonzalez and accompanied by the Director General of Grupo Acosta Verde, Jesus Acosta Castellanos, performed the opening ceremony of “Plaza Sendero Mazatlan” that in its 40,000 square meters has 198 stores, 1,600 parking spaces and generating 2,500 direct employments.
Jesus Acosta Castellanos took the opportunity to publicly thank the support given by the President of Mazatlan, Carlos Felton, in the crystallization of the project, providing timely solution to all the problems that arose, “…hopefully in every city it could work as here.”
In the same way Governor of the State Mario Lopez Valdez said that with the arrival of Plaza Sendero Mazatlan increases economic supply port, attracting more investment and thus more opportunity for growth; “Is a great satisfaction to see that things change and improve, to see that people trust and that together we will grow and develop.”