For U.S. travelers, it’s never been easier to visit Cancun and Mexico’s Riviera Maya. Low-cost airline Frontier has recently launched yet another batch of new nonstop flights to Cancun just in time for the 2022 winter travel season. This time, the flights are from Baltimore-Washington, Boston, Detroit and Minneapolis.
Daily direct flights are currently available on Frontier Airlines between Boston-Cancun and Minneapolis-Cancun, with flights between Baltimore-Cancun 4X per week and Detroit-Cancun 3X per week.
New Additions Make Frontier The Leading Airline For Nonstop Services To Cancun In The U.S.
Frontier Airlines has seen a record-breaking year, as these four new nonstop routes land Frontier Airlines the top spot in the country for most direct flights to Cancun. And, the low-cost airline will continue its expansion the popular Mexican Caribbean destination into the new year.
Starting January 21st, flights are scheduled to depart 2X per week between Columbus, Ohio and Cancun. Then on January 22nd, weekly flights will be available between Raleigh, North Carolina and Cancun. Make sure to be on the lookout for intro fares from the airline.
Frontier will continue ramping up flight services to Cancun the following month:
- Hartford, Connecticut 3 times a week from February 17th.
- Buffalo, New York 3 times per week starting February 18th.
- Providence, Rhode Island once a week beginning February 19th.
“Frontier has rapidly expanded its international service and continues to identify new opportunities to stimulate tourism demand with low fares and convenient flights. We now offer the most nonstop Cancun routes of any U.S. airline this winter,” stated Daniel Shurz, senior VP of commercial, Frontier Airlines.
New Nonstop Flights Launched In 2021 On Frontier
2021 was a busy year for Frontier Airlines, with handfuls of new flight routes and expansions announced during the year for Cancun and beyond.
Earlier this year, Frontier launched flight services to Cancun 3 times per week from Dallas-Fort Worth and Miami, as well as flight services 4 times per week from Orlando.
On top of that, the low-cost carrier launched increased services to destinations throughout the Caribbean and new domestic destinations across the United States.
Looking For More Direct Flights To Cancun This Winter?
For those travelers craving some warm Mexican sun to break up those long winter months, there’s a flight to Cancun available in a city near you.
From the southern cities of New Orleans, Las Vegas, Dallas and Houston, to the northern cities of Boston, Cincinnati and Milwaukee, nonstop flights to Cancun are available on most major U.S. airlines this winter.
Cancun Named A Top Destination In 2021
The Mexican Caribbean has seen a boom in tourism for the past two years and the region is not showing any signs of stopping. Earlier this month, it was revealed that Cancun was the 2nd most visited destination in the world in 2021, just after Dubai.
Cancun International Airport also experienced record-breaking passenger arrivals in 2020 and 2021. And even more visitors are expected to visit Cancun in 2022.
Mexico Remains One Of The Few Travel Destinations Without Entry Restrictions
When it comes to entry requirements, Mexico remains one of the least limited countries for travelers over the past two years. Currently, the only requirement for arrivals to Mexico via air is to fill out a health declaration form upon entry at the airport.
Even as other countries tighten their borders, there aren’t any testing or proof of vaccination requirements in order to travel to Mexico at this time.
The Dominican Republic is another Caribbean destination that currently isn’t requiring travelers to show proof of vaccination or negative test results prior to travel.
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