Americans seeking cheap deals from the U.S. to Cancun are in luck. Frontier Airlines has announced new direct flights from Houston and Tampa to Cancun, Mexico. These flights are going for as little as $99!
As a result, Americans can visit Cancun in June with excellent flight prices and no travel restrictions.
The New Flight Details
1. Tampa to Cancun
Frontier Airlines will begin regular flights from Tampa, Florida, to Cancun, Mexico. Travelers can find flight deals for as little as $99, and the total flight time is 1 hour and 55 minutes.
Daniel Shurz, the senior vice president of commercial at Frontier Airlines, said: “We are excited to launch service from Tampa to Cancun, one of the most popular vacation destinations in Mexico,”
“With this new service, we now offer nonstop flights to a total of 25 destinations from TPA, along with connecting options to a wide variety of cities across our network,” he added.
2. Houston to Cancun
Frontier Airlines has started regular flights from Houston, Texas, to Cancun, Mexico. The airline offers deals for as little as $99, and the total flight time is 2 hours and 15 minutes.
Travelers can fly from either William P. Hobby or George Bush Intercontinental Airport:
- Frontier Airlines will fly from William P. Hobby Airport to Cancun three times per week. The service started on May 26, 2022.
- Frontier Airlines will fly from George Bush Intercontinental Airport to Cancun four times per week. The service started on May 27, 2022.
A Frontier Airlines representative said: “We are excited to launch a new international service to Cancun from both major Houston airports,”
“With this new service, we now fly to three destinations from HOU, including Orlando and Las Vegas, and six from IAH as we continue to grow our presence from the greater Houston area,” the representative said.
Furthermore, Houston Airports Director of Air Service Development said: “We are certain Frontier Airlines will strengthen our pledge to deliver excellence to our guests at every step of the airport experience,”
“Houston Airports’ growing partnership with Frontier will help us continue to deliver a world-class experience at HOU, the first and only 5-Star rated airport in North America, as they do at IAH with their low fares and efficient, reliable service.”
How To Get The Cheap Fares
Travelers must purchase the introductory flight deals by 11.59 pm Eastern time on May 31, 2022. In addition, travelers can use the fares for non-stop travel, on select days of the week from June 1, 2022, to June 29, 2022.
Travelers can find the deals on FlyFrontier.com. However, they must join the Discount Den first.
All fares include transportation fees, surcharges, and taxes. Travelers can obtain a refund seven days or more before departure. However, they must make the refund request within 24 hours of the initial reservation.
Any changes made 24 hours after purchase may include change fees and additional fare costs. Travelers can purchase extra travel services—such as advance seat assignments and baggage—at an extra cost.
Why Mexico Is The Perfect Destination For Americans This June
Travelers looking to take advantage of the incredible introductory offers in June from Frontier Airlines are making a wise choice.
Although many nations have started reducing travel restrictions, many nations still require proof of vaccination, health forms, and testing.
However, Mexico doesn’t.
The nation completely removed all entry requirements in January 2022. As a result, all Americans—including unvaccinated Americans—can enjoy Cancun without any COVID-19 restrictions this summer.
Cancun remains one of the most popular destinations for American tourists. Therefore, various incredible flight deals are cropping up in 2022—including these excellent offers from Frontier.
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