Flights Departing For Cancun International Airport in 2021 and Into 2022
Cancun International Airport is one of Mexico’s most well-connected airports for international travel, and the third busiest airport in all of Latin America. Whether you’re coming from Europe and transferring down to Central or South America, or looking to start your sunny adventures exploring different parts of Mexico, you’ll most likely be passing through Cancun Airport at some point on your journey.
Cancun Continues To Be a Top Destination For Travelers
The pandemic didn’t stop Cancun from being a top tourist destination for locals and foreigners alike. In fact, it broke records in March 2021 when 1.5 million passenger arrivals were recorded at Cancun International Airport. 692,686 domestic tourists and 877,579 international tourists arrived in Cancun during the month of March, for a total of 1,570,265 total visitors.
Things To Do In Cancun And Beyond
Cancun is a resort-friendly, tropical destination in Mexico’s Quintana Roo state in the Riviera Maya. It’s a great place for a week-long getaway or a convenient starting point to explore the region. Beautiful and breezy Playa del Carmen is only an hour drive away, or tourists can head east to Yucatan cities like Merida, Valladolid or Akumal to discover ancient ruins, excellent food and Mayan traditions and history.
International Flights To Cancun: The Full List
We’ve done some research and found a plethora of cities in the U.S., Canada, Latin America and Europe that have direct flights to Cancun starting this November and into January and February of next year. Some cities have daily flights, and others a few times a week or a weekly deal.
One-way flights to Cancun start at as little as $70 USD. You can also find some flight deals for less than $150 round-trip from a number of destinations throughout the U.S. Here’s a comprehensive list of the cities offering direct flights to Cancun if you’re looking for a sunny winter getaway this year.
Direct Flights To Cancun From The U.S.
|Miami, FL||Austin, TX||Denver, CO|
|Tampa, FL||Dallas, TX||Atlanta, GA|
|Fort Lauderdale, FL||Houston, TX||New Orleans, LA|
|Orlando, FL||Las Vegas, NV||Chicago, IL|
|Los Angeles, CA||Seattle, WA||New York, NY|
|San Diego, CA||Washington, DC||Salt Lake City, UT|
|San Francisco, CA||Pittsburgh, PA||Kansas City, MO|
|Sacramento, CA||Philadelphia, PA||St. Louis, MO|
|Cleveland, OH||Hartford, CT||Indianapolis, IN|
|Cincinnati, OH||Boston, MA||Detroit, MI|
|Columbus, OH||Portland, OR||Atlantic City, NJ|
|Minneapolis, MN||Durham, NC||Nashville, TN|
|Milwaukee, WI||Charlotte, NC||Baltimore, MD|
Direct Flights To Cancun From Canada
|Toronto, ON||Vancouver, BC||Calgary, AB|
|Montreal, QC||Edmonton, QB||Kelowna, BC|
|Quebec City, QC||Ottawa, ON||Halifax, NS|
|Saskatoon, SK||Regina, SK||Winnipeg, MB|
Flights To Cancun From Cities In LATAM
|Guatemala City, GUA||San Jose, CR||Panama City, PAN|
|Medellin, Colombia||Bogota, Colombia||Cali, Colombia|
|Belize City, BLZ||Sao Paulo, Brazil||Brasilia, Brazil|
|Lima, Peru||Santiago, Chile||Buenos Aires, Argentina|
Flights To Cancun From Cities In Europe
|Paris, France||Madrid, Spain||Barcelona, Spain|
|London, UK||Manchester, UK||Birmingham, UK|
|Amsterdam, Netherlands||Lisbon, Portugal||Frankfurt, Germany|
|Vienna, Austria||Rome, Italy||Milan, Italy|
Travel Restrictions For Mexico
At this time, international arrivals to Mexico do not have to show any negative test pre-departure or undergo any Covid testing upon arrival. The only requirement is that travelers have to fill out a health declaration form at the airport.
While there has been some talk in recent months of updating the health restrictions on the ground, hotels and other businesses throughout Mexico do not have any plans to ask travelers for proof of vaccination or add any testing requirements for entry.
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