The US and Mexico have imposed a number of travel restrictions on Mexican citizens travelling to the US and Canada, after an explosion at a factory in Texas killed at least seven people and injured more than 200.
The restrictions have put an extra burden on Mexicans travelling to America, who will be required to pay higher fares to enter the US.
Here’s a guide to Mexico’s travel restrictions.
What are the restrictions?
You can still fly in and out of Mexico and Canada but not between them.
US and Mexican airlines will now only allow US-bound flights into Mexico City and other major cities.
Airlines flying to the United States will also be limited to a maximum of seven people per cabin.
The United States has also suspended all US flights to and from Mexico, while Canadian airlines will allow two passengers per cabin and the Mexican government has ordered border checkpoints to be shut down.
You’ll be required by US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to show a valid US passport.
If you’re planning to enter Mexico with a US passport, you’ll need to bring one.
If travelling in and outside of Mexico, your visa will be checked by CBP at the border.
Where do you fly?
You’ll have to book your flight on the website of US-based airline Southwest Airlines.
This airline is a subsidiary of United Airlines, which owns both airlines.
Southwest Airlines operates flights between Houston and Los Angeles.
How much will it cost?
There’s no cost breakdown for Mexico or Canada, but it’s likely to be higher than that.
The cheapest flights are between Mexico City, Mexico and Toronto, Canada, at $155 (£110).
Booking an overnight trip from Mexico City to Toronto will cost you around $500 (£300).
It’s likely that travellers will have to pay more for flights between Mexico and the US than they will in Mexico.
It’s also worth noting that most flights to Mexico City between June 1 and November 31 are booked through the website Expedia.
Mexico has also started to allow flights between other major Mexican cities including Tijuana, Monterrey and Ciudad Juarez, although flights to other cities such as Acapulco and Guadalajara have not been allowed.
Who is affected?
The blast at the factory involved a combination of a flammable liquid and explosives.
There were no injuries.
It is thought to have been caused by a mixture of ammonium nitrate, which can be used as a fire retardant, and a mixture containing lithium nitrate and ammonium sulfate.
The blast has also been linked to an explosion in the same plant, which happened on January 13, 2018.
More than 100 people are now being treated in hospitals in Mexico City for burns and smoke inhalation, but authorities say that the toll could be much higher.
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto has announced that he will visit Mexico City on Tuesday and hold a news conference at the same time.
He also said that he would meet with the Mexican defence minister and Mexican police chief.
What else is happening in Mexico?
Mexico’s president has also issued a call for all Mexicans to take care of their families and children.
President Peña has previously expressed concerns about the number of people arriving in the country from Central America, which is considered one of the most dangerous parts of the world.
In a statement released on Sunday, Peña said: “Our border with Mexico is one of our most sensitive and vulnerable borders.
This is a humanitarian crisis that demands our utmost vigilance and cooperation.”
Mexico is also on the US government’s list of most-affected countries.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has already issued a series of threats against Mexico, saying that the US will “tear down the walls that have separated us for so long and stop the flow of drugs and people crossing the border”.
He also promised to work with Mexico to ensure the safety of Mexican migrants in the US, a country that has a porous border with Guatemala.
The US has also asked the United Nations to intervene to help with the crisis.
What happens next?
US President Donald Trump has been criticised for his response to the blast and has since called for tougher border security measures, saying: “Mexico will be very, very angry.”
In response to his tweet, Mexico’s President Enrique Pena Nieto has said he will meet with US President-elect Donald Trump to discuss the “incident that has taken place”.
The US president has previously said he would work with the US to “deal with the issue of Mexico-US border”.
However, the Mexican president has said that US officials have told him that the White House is “not going to take any concrete steps”.
“The situation has changed and we must understand that we are not going to allow this to happen.” “
What are your options? “
The situation has changed and we must understand that we are not going to allow this to happen.”
What are your options?
The US will continue to