Hurricane Willa heading for Mexico

Hurricane Willa is strengthened to category 4 and is moving over the Pacific Ocean, off to the coast of Mexico. Wind speeds are measured up to 210 kilometres per hour.

According to the American National Hurricane Center (NHC) the Hurricane will make landfall on October 23. The NHC warns of devastating and possibly life-threatening wind, but also heavy rainfall. Flights from and to Mexico will be expected to have long delays and cancellations.

For assistance in (re-)booking your ticket, please contact our Travel Consultants. They will be happy to help you. 

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