How long does it take to fly to Mexico?
Routes between the United States and Mexico are quite popular and because of that, the number of places that you can fly from in the United States and the number of places you could fly to in Mexico is going to make the time of the trip quite variable on flights to Mexico. The trip on Mexico flights from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Mexico City (MEX) will take about 3h and 35min and the trip to the same airport from Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) will take about 2h and 25min. If you are going to travel on cheap flights to Puerto Vallarta (PVR) the trip from Los Angeles International Airport will take about 3h and 5min by plane and from Chicago O' Hare International Airport (ORD) the trip will take around 4h and 30min before landing in Mexico. If you would like to travel to the popular ocean destination Cancun, your flight time from a departure point of George Bush Intercontinental Airport will be around 2h and 15min.
Can you get nonstop flights to Mexico from the US?
There are numerous direct flights that you can find between airports in the United States and airports in Mexico. When traveling from Los Angeles International Airport, you can fly nonstop to Puerto Vallarta (PVR), Sam Jose Del Cabo (SJD), as well as Mexico City (MEX). If you will be departing from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport, you can also fly directly to Mexico City and San Jose del Cabo, plus you can also fly directly to Cancun (CUN). If you are departing from Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) in addition to direct flights to Mexico City, San Jose del Cabo, and Cancun, you can also get direct flights to Guadalajara (GDL). For those that are traveling from Chicago O' Hare International Airport, some of the airports in Mexico where you can fly directly include Cozumel (CZM), Puerto Vallarta, Silao (BJX), Morelia (MLM), as well as Mexico City, San Jose del Cabo, and Cancun.
What is the best way to travel around Mexico?
Many travelers like to travel to Mexico to visit great beaches such as the ones at San Jose del Cabo and Cancun while others want to experience the vibrant history and culture of Mexico in a large city such as Mexico City. If you would like to travel between Mexico City and Cancun, one of the quickest ways is to travel by plane, which you can do in just a little over 2h on nonstop flights aboard Viva Aerobus. If instead, you would like to fly from Mexico City to Cabo, you can do that on nonstop flights that also take a little over 2h aboard Viva Aerobus. A typical bus trip between Mexico City in Cancun will take about 29h and will generally involve two transfers to different buses along the route. Since a trip on the ground from Mexico City to Cabo would involve driving the entire length of the Gulf of California, the trip would probably take more than a couple of days, so flying is generally the best option. If you do choose to drive anywhere in Mexico, be aware that road conditions can be somewhat difficult, especially as you get outside of major cities and populated areas.
Does a US citizen need a passport or visa to fly to Mexico?
For citizens of the United States who want to travel to Mexico, you will need a valid passport and the passport needs to be valid at the time of your entry into Mexico. Your passport also needs to have one page that is blank per immigration stamp. If you are traveling to Mexico as a tourist and you do not plan on staying for more than 180 days, you will not need a visa to travel to Mexico.