Swine Flu cancels flights to Mexico: List of travel companies
Travel companies and airlines are starting to suspend flights to Mexico due to the recent outbreak of swine flu.
There is a travel alert in place, but not a travel ban.
We will be keeping a list of all those companies and will be updating it as needed.
UK Holiday Company Thompson - flights from the UK to Cancun. They are bringing people home who are booked with Thompson or First Choice and who are currently in Mexico.
Thomas Cook and Airtours - all flights cancelled to Cancun until May 5th and are currently making arrangements to bring current holidaymakers there, home.
Transat AT (this includes Air Transat, Transat Holidays, Nolitours, Vacances Transat and Look Voyages) - all flights to Mexico stopped until June 1st.
Sunqest Vacations - all holiday packages to Mexico are cancelled until June 4th
Carnival Cruise Lines - no stops at any Mexico ports until May 4th.
Royal Caribbean Cruises - no stops at Mexico ports until further notice.
Norweigan Cruise Lines - have cancelled two stops at Mexican ports this week, and have no more cruises stopping at ports there until September 2009.
Sunwing - no flights to Mexico until May 29th
Air Canada and Air Canada Vacations - will not be flying to Cancun, Cozumel, and Puerto Vallarta until June 1st, however they will still operate out of Mexico City.
WestJet and WestJet Vacations - will stop all service to Cancun, Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan, and Puerto Vallarta starting May 4th, ending on June 20th.
Nationwide Tour - cancelled their Mexican Open Golf Tournament scheduled for May 21 - 24. It will take place later in the year instead.
For all customers holding tickets for any of the above trips to Mexico with those travel companies, contact your travel agent or the company for either full refund or a reschedule of your ticket for no extra charge.
All flights from Cuba to Mexico have been cancelled.
Argentina has banned flights entering the country from Mexico for the next five days.
American Airlines, United Airlines, Continental Airlines, U.S Airways, Mexicana Airlines, and Air Canada, are all allowing passengers to cancel and change travel plans to Mexico without any penalty attached.