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Volaris will fly out of Sky Harbor

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is welcoming a new airline that will operate direct flights to two cities in Mexico.

Officials say Volaris, the largest Mexican low-cost airline, will fly nonstop, three times a week from Phoenix to Mexico City and Phoenix to Guadalajara beginning later this year.

Details on exact days and times have not yet been released.

Volaris CEO Enrique Beltranena and Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton say the new flights will strengthen economic ties and bolster tourism.

Sky Harbor currently offers nonstop flights to 20 international cities, including several daily flights to Guadalajara and Mexico City.

Volaris also serves airports in California, Colorado, Nevada, Illinois and Florida.

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Barajas joins Cox Hispanic Marketing team

Cox Communications announced Israel Barajas as the new Phoenix Hispanic Marketing Coordinator, which will support Hispanic marketing initiatives across the country for Cox products and services. Israel will be focused on Advertising and event campaigns to promote Cox’s products and services such as El Mix and Super Mix Hispanic video packages, Cox High Speed Internet, and Digital Telephone as well as unique calling plans to Mexico y Latin America.

“We are thrilled to have Israel’s breath of talents on the team,” said Ixchel Del Castillo, Hispanic Marketing Manager for Cox Communications’ Hispanic Marketing Center of Excellence”. “He brings more than nine years of marketing communications and public relations experience to Cox, and his expertise will help us better serve our Hispanic growing customer base throughout the nation”

Previous to joining Cox, Israel served as Marketing Communications Coordinator for Helios Education Foundation, where he developed, coordinated and made recommendations for the development of marketing, communications, advertising plans and strategies for both Arizona and Florida. His experience also includes serving as Marketing & Business Development Coordinator for Maricopa Integrated Health Systems and Multicultural Account Executive for the Advertising and PR firm Cramer-Krasselt.

Israel holds a Master’s in Business Administration, marketing emphasis from Grand Canyon University and Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Arizona State University. He was recognized in 2009 as one of the 40 Hispanic Leaders Under 40 by the Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Israel is originally from Ajo, Arizona and resides in Phoenix.

“We are excited to welcome this multi-talented professional to our Cox family,” said Janet West. “It’s leaders like Israel that bring a variety of talents to the team, so that we can provide our customers the best experience while using their Cox services.”

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Phoenix, Tucson mayors lead Mexico trade mission

The mayors of Phoenix and Tucson lead a trade mission to Mexico this week as part of effort to foster relations with Arizona’s largest trading partner.

Phoenix’s Greg Stanton and Tucson’s Jonathan Rothschild will be joined by Phoenix City Councilman Michael Nowakowski, Phoenix City Manager David Cavazos, representatives from the Greater Phoenix Economic Council and various Arizona chambers of commerce.

The group will travel to Hermosillo to meet with Sonora Gov. Guillermo Padres Elias and others and then tour a manufacturing facility.

They later will head to Mexico City to meet with representatives from the Mexico Secretary of Tourism, Aeromexico, U.S. Ambassador and Mexico Secretary of Foreign Affairs and others.

Cavazos says Mexico is Arizona’s largest trading partner with the state exporting $5.7 billion in merchandise to Mexico last year.