New York City is now open to travelers from the country of Mexico, but there are some travel restrictions that travelers are still reporting.
Travel channel, the online travel news outlet that’s owned by Vice Media, is reporting that flights from Mexico City to JFK will be permitted once more.
“The airport in Mexico City reopened last week and we expect that Mexico City will reopen in the near future,” the channel said in a tweet.
“This is a big deal because the airport is a gateway to the United States for many travelers,” travel channel added.
“Our goal is to make Mexico City a very, very safe place to visit, and the new flights to JFK, LAX, and Chicago from Mexico will help that happen.”
Vice Media did not immediately respond to request for comment.
Travel Channel is a travel and travel channel owned by vice.com.
The announcement came hours after Vice President Mike Pence and other Republican lawmakers traveled to Mexico City, Mexico, on Wednesday to meet with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto.
Pence and his team were scheduled to meet at the White House, where they are scheduled to sign a $1.6 billion trade deal that includes a border wall, new taxes, and a crackdown on drugs.
President Donald Trump also signed an executive order on Wednesday morning banning travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United State.