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#1 maa413

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    Posted 20 September 2007 - 12:11 PM

    Has anyone made an information letter about the cancun airport for there guests?
    I read one on this site for Puerta Vallerta that was really great.

    #2 lyrebard

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      Posted 20 September 2007 - 12:18 PM

      Along similar lines: We'll have elderly grandparents coming into Cancun. Does anyone known how accommodating the Cancun airport (especially while waiting to get through customs) is for handicapped passengers? Last time I went through, I wasn't necessarily keeping an eye out for that...


      #3 TATrisha


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      Posted 21 September 2007 - 04:10 PM

      Here is what I will send my guests. I "stole" most of it from someone else and then just edited it a bit.
      Once you arrive in Cancun International Airport (CUN) getting from your plane to your ride is a pretty easy excursion.

      When you get off your plane, you’ll enter a line to clear passport border control. You must provide your completed tourist card at this time. Do not forget to fill out the complete form including a signature line that is hidden at the bottom of the form.

      Once at the passport control counter, the border control person will review your passport and your tourist card for your signature, and then stamp your tourist card. He will keep a copy, and then give a copy back to you. MAKE CERTAIN TO KEEP THIS COPY in a safe place, as you will need it to exit Mexico.
      Next, collect your baggage and take it to the x-ray machine. Place your bags on the belt. Collect your bags on the other side. Walk towards the exit where you will find a Red and Green traffic light. To activate the light, press the button. If you receive a red light, you will have to open your baggage for inspection.
      After clearing customs, you will most likely be approached by many people posing as taxi/shuttle drivers. Beware, these are actually timeshare salespeople. Ignore any solicitations for free vacations or rides to your hotel unless of course you have the intention of listening to a timeshare presentation during your stay in Mexico.


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