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More flights to Cancun in 2017

Looking for flights to Cancun? Here’s your round up of Cancun flight news, several airlines are scheduling new services or additional flights in 2017 for the summer and winter seasons making it easier than ever to travel the Mexican Caribbean.

In mid-July, low-cost Mexican airline Interjet will be offering new flights linking Cancun and Mexico City with Montreal, Canada. Another Mexican budget carrier VivaAerobus is boosting its regional flight network with flights from Cancun to Queretaro three times a week, making it easier for tourists to discover El Bajio, the historic region of central Mexico famous for the cities of Queretaro, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato and Leon.

There’s good news for visitors who would like to explore the Maya World, Aeromar begins flights from Cancun to Merida in June, and from Merida to Villahermosa-Tuxtla Gutierrez-Oaxaca-Mexico City.

Due to growing demand, Air France-KLM is boosting its Paris-Cancun flight schedule to four flights a week, year round.

In more airline news, Southwest Airlines recently announced that it will begin direct flights to Cancun from Nashville and St. Louis starting on November 11 (subject to government approval). Alliance partners Aeromexico and Delta are also expanding their flight network linking Mexican and US cities in the fall. Starting December 1, Delta will be offering a third daily flight between Cancun and New York and Aeromexico will inaugurate a new route between Atlanta and Merida (subject to government approval).

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