Whether you're headed to Cabo or Cancun, Mexico City or beyond, flights to Mexico aren't always cheap. Where you live and which airlines service that airport play a big part in how much you'll pay for your flight. To help you out, Hopper created a map that shows you the average cost of flying to Mexico from each U.S. state. We also found the average cost of a flight to Mexico from 10 large U.S. states, so you can compare.
Naturally, flights to Mexico from California, Texas, and Florida are the cheapest (you can thank their convenient proximity). But a few other spots on the map offer surprisingly low-priced flights to Mexico, including Colorado, North Carolina, Maryland, and Washington D.C.
Which airlines offer these super-cheap flights? Spirit and United seem to offer the cheapest non-stop routes, while AeroMexico offers flights with stops from some destinations for about the same price.
Check it out:
The Average Cost of Flying to Mexico from 10 Largest U.S. Cities
- New York: $400
- Los Angeles: $345
- Chicago: $394
- Washington DC: $364
- San Francisco: $412
- Boston: $391
- Philadelphia: $390
- Dallas: $312
- Miami: $360
- Houston: $338
This article originally appeared on Hopper.com, the app that tracks and predicts airfare to get you the cheapest flights.
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