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September 25, 2014 at 11:33 AM

Getting updates on Los Cabos hotel, airport reopenings after the hurricane

The main airport at Los Cabos was heavily damaged by Hurricane Odile and is closed to commercial flights at least until Oct. 8.  An airport terminal is shown here in a photo taken by Mexican authorities on Sept. 17 (Mexican Presidency photo/ EPA) After being devastated by Hurricane Odile on Sept. 14,  electrical power and other…

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September 19, 2014 at 9:24 AM

Alaska extends no-penalty changes for Cabos flights; long closures for hurricane-hit hotels

Tourist Carl Hassler of California stands next to debris and damaged furniture at the entrance of the Hilton hotel in Los Cabos earlier this week after it sustained severe damage during Hurricane Odile. (AP Photo/Victor R. Caivano) Some major resorts in Los Cabos, slammed by Hurricane Odile, won’t reopen until at least the end of October. …

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September 18, 2014 at 3:39 PM

Desperate tourists airlifted out of Los Cabos, including on Alaska planes

Tourists and locals were evacuated  on a Mexican air force cargo plane from Los Cabos  to Mexico City  on Thursday.  (AP photo / Victor R. Caivano) Tourists are being evacuated from the  hurricane-devastated Mexican resort of  Los Cabos on military and commercial planes, including some Alaska Airlines planes. It’s estimated 8,000 people will be airlifted out…

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