Mexico flights from $1,030 return

Posted: 11 December 2017 10:12 am


Cheap breaks to Cancun and Mexico City, thanks to United Airlines, Qantas and Delta.

United, Qantas and Delta have sales on flights to two Mexican cities right now. So as long as you're not picky which airline you fly with, then there's a deal of a fare in it for you right now.

Head west to Mexico City to savour the sights and sounds of the busy city and visit the Pyramid of the Sun or head east to Cancun for that resort-style beach break.

The cheaper of the two to fly to is Cancun with Melbourne to Cancun flights starting at $1,030 return. The next fare up is Brisbane to Cancun from $1,063 return and Sydney to Cancun from $1,074 return.

Flights to Mexico City start from $1,057 return, with Melbourne again being the cheapest city to fly out of. Brisbane to Mexico City is on sale from $1,089 return while Sydney to Cancun is priced from $1,100 return.

Travel is for February-May, which is regarded as one of the better times to visit Mexico's resorts as the weather is hot without too much rain, especially seeing as June-November is hurricane season.

This sale doesn't have a set end date and is available until seats sell out.

You can book them through I Want That Flight.

Mexico flights on sale:

Travel dates
Return fare
MelbourneCancunApril-May 2018
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BrisbaneCancunFebruary-May 2018
Book your flight to Mexico
SydneyCancunJanuary-March 2018
Book your flight to Mexico
AdelaideCancunFebruary-May 2018
Book your flight to Mexico
PerthCancunApril-June 2018
Book your flight to Mexico
MelbourneMexico CityApril-June 2018
Book your flight to Mexico
BrisbaneMexico CityFebruary-April 2018
Book your flight to Mexico
SydneyMexico CityJanuary-March 2018
Book your flight to Mexico
AdelaideMexico CityJanuary-May 2018
Book your flight to Mexico
PerthMexico CityApril-June 2018
Book your flight to Mexico

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