Published On: Mon, Apr 25th, 2016

Flying to and from Mérida, Yucatán

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It’s been almost two years since The Yucatan Times first published our directory of airlines flying to Mérida, and with a number of changes in recent months, we’ve updated it. What follows is a directory of current air options to and from Mérida.

Mérida is well served by a number of airlines offering domestic destinations, and 8 international destinations (of which 2 are seasonal). Since days and times of operation vary, please consult the airline websites for schedule information.

AeroMexico (including AeroMexico Connect and AeroMexico Express) – www.aeromexico.com – Mexico’s largest airline, and the only one to offer intercontinental services.

Aeromexico

Destinations served from Mérida:

Mexico City, offering connections to the airline’s large route network.

Miami.

Monterrey (beginning July 2016.)

Guadalajara (beginning July 2016.)

Villahermosa, continuing to Veracruz, Tampico and Monterrey (operated by Aeromar as AeroMexico Express.)


Interjetwww.interjet.com – A major carrier in Mexico, founded in 2005, also offering some international services within the Americas. Offers greater seat pitch (space between rows) than other airlines. In this reporter’s opinion, Interjet provides the best quality service of any of the Mexican carriers.

Interjet

Destinations served from Mérida:

Mexico City, offering connections to the airline’s large route network.

Havana, Cuba.


Volariswww.volaris.com – Currently Mexico’s second largest airline, founded in 2005, offers domestic flights and destinations in the USA.

Volaris

Destinations served from Mérida:

Mexico City, offering connections to the airline’s route network.

Guadalajara.

Monterrey.


Magnicharterswww.magnicharters.com – small airline offering leisure / vacation flights as well as package deals.

Magnicharters

Destinations served from Mérida:

Mexico City.


VivaAerobuswww.vivaaerobus.com – Low cost airline offering budget flights within Mexico and to several destinations in the USA.

Vivaaerobus

Destinations served from Mérida:

Mexico City.

Guadalajara.

Monterrey.

Veracruz (beginning July 2016.)


MAYAir www.mayair.com.mx – Regional airline based in Cancun, also offering ‘air shuttle’ service between Cancun and Cozumel.

Mayair

Destinations served from Mérida:

Cancun, continuing to Cozumel.

Villahermosa, continuing to Veracruz.


Aeromarwww.aeromar.com.mx
Aeromar

Destinations served from Mérida:

Villahermosa. From May 2016, the flight will continue to Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Oaxaca, and Mexico City.


TAR www.tarmexico.com
TAR

Destinations served from Mérida:

Tuxtla Gutiérrez, continuing to Toluca.


American Airlineswww.aa.com
American

Destinations served from Mérida:

Dallas Fort Worth.


United Airlineswww.united.com

United

Destinations served from Mérida:

Houston.


Tropic Airwww.tropicair.com – Regional airline based in Belize.

Tropic Air

Destinations served from Mérida:

Belize City with connections to domestic destinations in Belize (such as Ambergris Caye), San Pedro Sula, Roatan, and Guatemala.


Blue Panorama Airlineswww.blue-panorama.it/en/index.html

Blue Panorama

Destinations served from Mérida:

Rome, Italy.

Milan, Italy (seasonal).


WestJetwww.westjet.com

Westjet

Destinations served from Mérida:

Toronto, Canada (seasonal).

 

Information presented here was correct at the time of publication, in April 2016.

By Stewart Mandy

Questions or comments? Let us hear from you below, or send an email to stewart@theyucatantimes.com

 

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Born in Europe, raised in the Middle East, and a long-time resident in the Americas, including the last 3 years in Merida, Stewart has worked worldwide in the travel, tourism and transportation industries for well over 20 years.

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  1. Barry says:

    AeroMexico flys to Miami but not from Miami to Merida. To return you need to take American to DF and Interjet from DF to Merida.

    • Stewart Mandy says:

      s stated in the article, AeroMexico flies to AND from Miami directly; currently on Thursday, Friday, Sunday and Monday. Additionally they fly via Mexico City in both directions 7 days a week.

      The flight number from Miami to Mérida is AM 421 if you wish to check on their website.

  2. Stewart Mandy says:

    As stated in the article, AeroMexico flies to AND from Miami directly; currently on Thursday, Friday, Sunday and Monday. Additionally they fly via Mexico City in both directions 7 days a week.

    The flight number from Miami to Mérida is AM 421 if you wish to check on their website.

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