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Flights to Mexico

A passport is required for air travel to Mexico; the U.S. Passport Card is not valid for this mode of travel. International flights are not included in our package prices, offering you the flexibility to select your preferred airline and use miles. We assist in finding suitable connections and can adapt your itinerary to align with your flights. Additionally, we handle internal flights within Mexico and can arrange charter planes as needed.

Mexico boasts a well-developed and extensive network of airports, accommodating numerous airlines operating domestically and internationally. With excellent connections from Europe, North America, and other South American countries, early booking is advisable to secure more favorable prices.

Key International Airports in Mexico:

CUN – Cancún International Airport (Cancún): The primary entry point for the Cancún area, Riviera Maya, and Yucatán Peninsula, connecting to over 100 cities globally. It’s a major hub in Latin America for international passengers, with significant connections to the USA, Canada, Europe (especially the UK, France, Spain), and Latin American countries. Domestically, it links to major cities like Mexico City, Guadalajara, and Monterrey.

MEX – Licenciado Benito Juarez International Airport (Mexico City): Mexico’s busiest airport, facilitating travel to more than 100 global destinations. It offers extensive international routes to the USA, Canada, all major Central and South American countries, European hubs (UK, France, Germany, Spain), and select Asian cities, serving as a pivotal hub for domestic flights throughout Mexico.

GDL – Don Miguel Hidalgo Y Costilla International Airport (Guadalajara): The main airport for Guadalajara, connecting internationally with the USA (Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston), Canada, and Central America. It supports a broad domestic network, including flights to Mexico City, Cancún, and Monterrey.

SJD – Los Cabos International Airport (San José del Cabo): Serves the Los Cabos region, with robust connections to the US (California, Texas, New York) and Canada, plus domestic flights to major Mexican cities like Mexico City and Guadalajara.

PVR – Licenciado Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International Airport (Puerto Vallarta): Connects Riviera Nayarit and the Jalisco coast with Mexico, the U.S., Canada, and the UK.

MID – Licenciado Manuel Crescencio Rejon International Airport (Mérida): The gateway to Mérida and the State of Yucatán, providing international and domestic flights, including connections to the USA, Canada, Mexico City, and Cancún.

BJX – Del Bajío International Airport (Guanajuato): Serves the Greater León Metropolitan Area and Guanajuato, with flights to the USA (Los Angeles, Houston) and various domestic locations.

OAX – Xoxocotlán International Airport (Oaxaca): Manages flights from the USA and numerous domestic destinations, facilitating travel within Mexico.

TGZ – Angel Albino Corzo International Airport (Tuxtla Gutiérrez): Offers services to domestic destinations and limited international flights, serving as a portal to Chiapas and the surrounding areas.

Air Carriers Serving Mexico:

Mexican Airlines: Aeromexico, Viva Aerobus, and Volaris are key carriers providing extensive domestic and international flights.

U.S. Airlines: American, United, Delta, Southwest Airlines, and JetBlue offer frequent services between the United States and Mexico. Travellers flying from  Australia and New Zealand typically transit through the USA (e.g., Los Angeles, San Francisco) or other international hubs in Tokyo or European cities, as direct flights are not available.

European Airlines: British Airways, Air France, KLM, Lufthansa and Iberia connect major European hubs like London, Paris, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, and Madrid directly to Mexico City. Direct flights to Mexico City are available from major cities, with additional connections via the USA to other Mexican destinations.

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