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billboardsClearly, we live for tourism. It is also clear that our main attraction, after the manner of being of the inhabitants, is the landscape.

There are hundreds and thousands of beaches and mountains, but here is something to see what nature has given us. Those who visit us come and pay to see the natural beauty and added successful that we have put humans into the landscape, when we are right.

Tourists usually come from an environment of agglomeration, visual pollution, noise pollution and other pollution, to enjoy beauty and clean environment vallartarotulos"for thelook." That is the common heritage that sustains us and allows us Vallartenses build a better life for our families.

Of course the scenery is heritage to be protected from predators. Global institutions and care to give recognition characteristic landscapes, where people care.

In Jalisco the agave landscape have in the region of Tequila, proclaimed heritage not only of the people, but of all mankind. Cultural heritage.

Hence not understand visually pollute the savagery of a beautiful landscape, like ours makes the set appealing, to pay to see him, to pay to come.

Absurd there who are pocketing money polluting our beautiful landscapes. Absurd that entrepreneurs have so careless as to pay for their products or services appear assaulting, polluting, showing depreciated to the highest values ​​of a population.

Absurd laws are so backward, so that you can visually pollute "within the law", affecting the entire population "by court order".

We know that in the cities of our country, municipalities or delegations, have an obligation to protect the urban landscape, Norman rigorously placement, sizes, distances, luminosities and others of outdoor advertising, not to mention the spectacular they are ultimate in vulgarity and visual pollution. The cities are not going to kill the appeal of its colonial architecture, allowing the voracious post signs on the roofs of houses or palaces. And when a city seeks to recover degraded areas, the first thing they do is clean the place of outdoor advertising. Deform, degrade, contraminan are advanced deterioration and poverty.

lasvegasTo Las Vegas no people travel to enjoy the desert landscape. From the beginning, people go to the casinos and amusement internal showrooms within hotels. So do not hurt  Las Vegas, the explosion of outdoor ads, loaded with lights and stacking. The attraction of the city is not in the countryside, in nature. Its appeal lies in the interior, in the game and in the shows.

There is no problem to go and get their huge signs ... if you let them.

But here we live the landscape around our sites and our friendly service quality. Here, the landscape is threatening harm to all.

So we must defend the irrational nature of such large attacks, issued by the insatiable greed of money at all costs, whatever and friéguese perjudíquense all.

We can not allow re-entry degrade our city with this absurd pollution that our visitors feel, cheated, cheated, cheated: we promise the wonders of nature and receive them with vulgarity and degradation of ads that block the view landscape.

In legal must exhaust all instances, including the constitutional controversy. In the civic society must be mobilized to contain the attack to the common heritage. If the merchants of visual pollution can not disregard the thirty pieces why people betray, advertisers should know that they are promoting the rejection of their products or services because they are not socially responsible to finance pollution of our landscape.

We must fight for what nature gave us.pvnaturaleza   We must fight for what makes us attractivepvnatural

We must fight for the common heritage or we will sink into widespread poverty, hopeless.

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new-hangar-MRO-300x336The Greater Rockford Airport Authority, along with U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin and Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn, will break ground on the MRO hangar facility at noon Thursday, Oct. 16, at the Chicago Rockford International Airport, 6100 Cessna Drive, Rockford.

The 200,000 square-foot MRO facility is expected to operate 24 hours a day and will service next-generation, wide-body aircraft. This will allow for scheduled and unscheduled service, modification and overhaul and all other support services for military and commercial aircraft.

The Chicago Rockford International Airport is served by two airlines: Allegiant and Apple Vacations. The airport serves eight non-stop destinations including Cancun, Ft. Myers, Las Vegas, Orlando, Phoenix, Puerto Vallarta, Punta Cana and Tampa Bay. It was named the 2013 Primary Airport of the Year by the Illinois Department of Transportation.

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  • 10 agents from Chile, 9 agents from Ecuador and 6 agents from Argentina helped conclude a year of intense marketing in South America for the joint Vallarta-Nayarit promotion.

The Riviera Nayarit and Puerto Vallarta convention and visitors bureaus concluded their promotional activities in South America for 2014 by training 25 agents in Chile, Ecuador and Argentina.

This necessitated three separate FAM trips divided by country: 10 agents from Chile visited the region from November 22-25; 9 agents from Ecuador were here from December 1 – 3; and 6 agents from Argentina visited from December 6-12.

The groups performed site inspections in several hotels, as well as the requisite visits to the top attractions for tourists, including Sayulita, San Pancho and the Islas Marietas, to name but a few.

The objective of these trips was for the agents to experience for themselves the tourist attractions available in Puerto Vallarta and the Riviera Nayarit so they can sell them more effectively and with greater assurance thanks to their first-hand knowledge.

“Promotion in South America has been a great success thanks to the strategic integration of the public relations, advertising and marketing segments. Several commercial alliances have been forged with these emerging markets and we’re certain to see a tangible return on investment very soon in the number of visitors to the destinations,” said Pamela Zepeda, Sales and Marketing Manager for the Riviera Nayarit CVB.

These efforts were a continuation of the Vallarta-Nayarit joint campaign spearheaded by the Mexico Tourism Board (MTB). South America is a potential market as it is seeking to experience more to Mexico than just the Caribbean.

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Introductory fares from $176 to Los Cabos and $186 to Puerto Vallarta*

SEATTLE, July 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Customers can now book travel on Alaska Airlines new nonstop flights from Portland, Ore., to Los Cabos and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Pending approval by the Mexico Direccion General de Aeronautica Civil (DGAC), the airline plans to begin seasonal service between Portland and Los Cabos from Nov. 3 through April 27, 2015, and between Portland and Puerto Vallarta from Nov. 4 through April 26, 2015.

Alaska is offering introductory fares of $176 one way from Portland to Los Cabos, and $186 one way from Portland to Puerto Vallarta, on tickets purchased by July 14, for travel from the service start date through Feb 10, 2015*.

"We're happy to expand our longtime flying to Mexico with new flights to these two popular leisure resorts for our Portland travelers, who can take advantage of our award-winning service and low fares for their travel adventures," said Joe Sprague, Alaska Airlines' senior vice president of communications and external relations.

Summary of new seasonal service:  

Start date  City pair     Departs      Arrives   Frequency
Nov. 3 Portland-Los Cabos     11:25 a.m.     4:20 p.m.**    Mon, Wed, Thurs, Sat
Nov. 3 Los Cabos-Portland      5:15 p.m.**     8:35 p.m.   Mon, Wed,Thurs, Sat
Nov. 4  Portland-Puerto Vallarta     10:15 a.m     4:40 p.m.**   Tues, Fri, Sun
Nov. 4  Puerto Vallarta-Portland     5:40 p.m.**     8:35 p.m.   Tues, Fri, Sun

**Between March 8 and April 4, flights arrive and depart one hour earlier due to daylight saving time. All times are based on local time zones.

 Alaska Airlines began flying to Mexico a quarter century ago and operates 240 flights a week during the winter between the West Coast and Mexico—more than any other carrier. Alaska flies an average of 1.5 million passengers a year to six Mexico beach destinations—Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo, Loreto, Los Cabos, Manzanillo, Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta—in addition to Guadalajara and Mexico City. Alaska also will begin flights between Seattle and Cancun on Nov. 6.

The new flights between Portland and Mexico will be operated with Boeing 737 aircraft.

To book, visit www.alaskaair.com or call 1-800-ALASKAAIR (800-252-7522 or Hearing & Speech Impaired (TTY): Dial 711 for Relay Services).

Alaska Airlines, a subsidiary of Alaska Air Group ALK -1.94% , together with its partner regional airlines, serves nearly 100 cities through an expansive network in Alaska, the Lower 48, Hawaii, Canada and Mexico. Alaska Airlines has ranked "Highest in Customer Satisfaction Among Traditional Network Carriers" in the J.D. Power North America Airline Satisfaction StudySM for seven consecutive years from 2008 to 2014. Alaska Airlines' Mileage Plan also ranked highest in the 2014 Airline Loyalty/Rewards Program Satisfaction Report. For reservations, visit www.alaskaair.com . For more news and information, visit the Alaska Airlines Newsroom at www.alaskaair.com/newsroom .

*General terms and conditions for the introductory fares: Fares include all taxes and fees. Seats are limited and may not be available on all flights or all days. A ticket purchased at an Alaska Airlines airport location or through a reservation call center will cost $15 more per person than the advertised fare. Tickets are nonrefundable. Applicable fare and tax differences apply to any changes made after ticketing. A $125 (USD) change fee per person applies to any changes made within 60-days of ticketed travel. All fares, taxes and fees shown are based on one-way travel. Additional U.S. taxes may apply to itineraries involving a U.S. stopover lasting more than 12 hours. Bag fees apply for checked baggage. See checked baggage policy at www.alaskaair.com for more details. Fares are subject to change without notice. Other restrictions — blackout dates, day of week restrictions, schedule availability, change fees and advance purchase requirements — may apply. Visit www.alaskaair.com or call Alaska Airlines' Reservations at 1-800-252-7522 for complete fare rules and fees.


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DSC06807Looks like you may have missed another surprise extravagenza at Stickys!  Luis the owner of one of the most famous restaurant in Marina, entertained his favorite patrons with another new surprise!

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acierreDue to weather conditions in Chihuahua, Saltillo and Ciudad Juarez, Aeromexico and Interjet airline canceled some flights to these entities. Friday Aeroméxico announced that three more flights canceled, Chihuahua, Monterrey, Chihuahua, Mexico and Juarez-Mexico.

According to the company, "the damages caused by adverse weather conditions led to strong gusts of wind and heavy rain, fog banks and snowstorms."

On its website, the airline also said it will continue to monitor weather conditions to minimize the damages that this may cause to its customers, in order to restore normal operations.

From 16:00 hours on Thursday, the airline canceled 12 flights, which be leaving from and to the airports of Guadalajara, Monterrey, Chihuahua, Hermosillo, Ciudad Juarez, Saltillo and Mexico City. In turn, Interjet published on its website that flights canceled two Mexico-Chihuahua and vice versa, and reiterated that will not charge extra for the ticket date change.

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alaskaairSEATTLE — Alaska Airlines submitted its application today to begin two new nonstop flights from Portland, Ore., to Los Cabos and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. The flights are pending approval by the U.S. Department of Transportation and the Mexico Dirección General de Aeronáutica Civil (DGAC).

The planned seasonal service will operate between Portland and Los Cabos from Nov. 3 through April 27, 2015, and between Portland and Puerto Vallarta from Nov. 4 through April 26, 2015.

"Alaska Airlines is committed to offering the most nonstop service from the Pacific Northwest to places our customers want to explore, and Los Cabos and Puerto Vallarta are hot spots," said Joe Sprague, senior vice president of communications and external relations. "We're happy to expand our longtime flying to Mexico with new flights to these two popular leisure resorts for Rose City travelers, who can take advantage of our award-winning service and low fares for their adventures."

Alaska Airlines began flying to Mexico a quarter century ago and operates 240 flights a week during the winter between the West Coast and Mexico—more than any other carrier. Alaska flies an average of 1.5 million passengers a year to six Mexico beach destinations—Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo, Loreto, Los Cabos, Manzanillo, Mazatlán and Puerto Vallarta—in addition to Guadalajara and Mexico City. Alaska is seeking government approval to begin flights between Seattle and Cancún on Nov. 6.

The new flights between Portland and Mexico will be operated with Boeing 737 aircraft, which offer passengers dual 110-volt and USB power outlets at every seat. The flights will also offer Alaska's inflight entertainment system, a handheld video-on-demand device featuring more than 70 hit movies, along with television programs and other entertainment. The inflight entertainment players are complimentary in first class and available for $8 in the main cabin. Customers can also enjoy onboard meal service, including a hot meal or the airline's Signature Fruit and Cheese Platter.

Flight times and introductory fares will be available on alaskaair.com once the DOT approves Alaska Airlines' request for service, which takes up to four weeks.

Alaska Airlines, a subsidiary of Alaska Air Group (NYSE: ALK), together with its partner regional airlines, serves nearly 100 cities through an expansive network in Alaska, the Lower 48, Hawaii, Canada and Mexico. For reservations, visit www.alaskaair.com. For more news and information, visit the Alaska Airlines Newsroom at www.alaskaair.com/newsroom.

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promovera-api-a-puer-270ca098Idalia Lopez Mellado, Marketing Manager of Port Administration (API) of Puerto Vallarta, announced that in the month of October will make a promotional caravan with travel agents offering services within the port and the routes that craft carried through the bay as well as cruises.

He said the idea is to strengthen the arrival of passengers using tourist boats into the bay through the campaign "Vallarta from the Sea".

They will visit the main places of influence to promote Puerto Vallarta, some of the cities that will be visit are: Leon, Aguascalientes and Guadalajara, where it will diffuse the benefits offered by this destination.

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In a letter sent Tuesday to national officers and board members of the Allied Pilots Association, the union representing American Airlines pilots, American Airlines said it would seek an injunction if pilots continue to engage in "unlawful conduct" allegedly affecting the airline's operations.

plotsThe letter, sent by AA human resources executive Denise Lynn, said, "This unlawful conduct is taking the form of discretionary pilot actions including such things as delaying departures for unnecessary checks, increased and late-filed maintenance write-ups, increased block times due to slow taxiing and circuitous routings."

With flight delays plaguing the airline for more than a week, "we must take appropriate steps to protect the company and the many constituents who depend upon it," Lynn wrote.

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  • First weekend after launch

The demand exceeds the rate of replenishment, has forced many users to wait for the product

appleNEW YORK, UNITED STATES (24/SEP/2012.) - Apple said Monday that it sold more than five million units of its new iPhone 5 in the first weekend after its release and that demand has "exceeded supply initial ", forcing many users to wait for the product.

"Demand for the iPhone 5 has been incredible and we are working very hard to make the iPhone 5 gets into the hands of every customer that needs it as soon as possible," said Tim Cook, Apple's CEO.

 

 

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