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Co·zu·mel

 (kō′zə-mĕl′, so͞o-)
An island off the coast of southeast Mexico near Cancún. It is a resort area.
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Co•zu•mel

(ˌkoʊ zəˈmɛl)

n.
an island off NE Quintana Roo state on the Yucatán Peninsula in SE Mexico: resort.
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During August 2017, Volaris launched three domestic routes (Huatulco, Oaxaca -- Monterrey, Nuevo Leon; Monterrey, Nuevo Leon -- Mexicali, Baja California and Cozumel, Quintana Roo -- Monterrey, Nuevo Leon) and one international route (Los Angeles, California -- Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco).