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Cancun

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One of Cancun's best features is its transport links, as most major air carriers in North, Central, and South America, have service to Cancun. There are some extremely cheap charter flight deals available from the [[UK]] (from around UK£100) as well as commercial flight deals from several European carriers. International flights within Latin America are usually expensive such as those coming from Central and South America.
Airlines that fly to Cancun from '''Mexico City and other cities within Mexico''' include: Aeromexico, Interjet, Volaris, Magnicharters, and VivaAerobus; from '''Central America''' Grupo TACA and Copa; from the '''USA''': [http://www.airtran.com AirTran], American Airlines, Delta Airlines, United Airlines, Jetblue, Sun Country, Spirit, US Airways, Virgin America and Apple Vacations (chartered through Frontier and Allegiant); from '''South America''': LAN, LAN Peru, Copa Colombia, & White Jets; from '''Canada''': Air Canada, Air Transat, CanJet, Enerjet, Sunwing, WestJet; from '''Cuba''': Cubana de Aviacion and Aeromexico; and from '''Europe''': AirBerlin, Air France, British Airways, Air Europa, Condor, Edelwiess, Jetairfly, Monarch, White, Thomas Cook, Thomson, Transero, Virgin Atlantic, and Aeroflot. (Some of the European carriers come on a seasonal basis, usually during the northern winters while others operate year round).
With exception of Jetblue and AirTran (Terminal 2), all of the USA flights are at Terminal 3 ('C' gates). Some of the European & charter carriers are also at Terminal 3 too. Most of the other international flights are at Terminal 2 so check with your airline. At Terminal 2 the international flights are at concourse 'A' (Octagonal structure on the west end of the building) while the national/domestic flights are at concourse 'B' (Main building. Arrivals are at the east end of the building). Terminal 1 is used for charters, general aviation and VIP flights. If you're traveling on a chartered flight check with your airline as to where to check in for the return trip home.
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