5 flights to Mexican beaches starting at 700 pesos departing from AMLO’s AIFA


Do you need a vacation? 

The November long weekend is getting closer and closer and so that you can take that much-needed break, we share with you the 5 flights to the best paradisiacal beaches that are on offer from 700 pesos departing from the Felipe Ángeles International Airport (AIFA).

This month, thousands of workers and students will be able to enjoy an extra day off on November 20 in commemoration of the anniversary of the Mexican Revolution. This is because workers will have a mandatory day of rest on the third Monday of November in commemoration of November 20, in accordance with the provisions of Article 74 of the Federal Labor Law (LFT).

Preschool, primary, and secondary school students will have a break of up to four days in a row from Friday, November 17 to Monday, November 20, according to the calendar of the Ministry of Public Education (SEP) since the first administrative discharge of the school cycle.

5 flights to beaches from 700 pesos to go to the next Megapuente

To give you a getaway to one of the emblematic and paradisiacal beaches that Mexico has for you, we share with you 5 cheap flights from 700 pesos departing from AIFA. These are:

  • To Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca, by Viva Aerobús:

Friday, November 17 from 1,920 pesos 

Saturday, November 18 from 770 pesos

  • To Colima, Colima, by Aeroméxico 

Thursday, November 16 from 1,412 pesos 

Friday, November 17 from 1,412 pesos 

  • To Los Cabos, Baja California, by Viva Aerobús: 

Thursday, November 16 from 2,820 pesos

Friday, November 17 from 2,880 pesos 

Saturday, November 18 from 2,620 pesos 

  • Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, by Viva Aerobús

Saturday, November 18 from 2,531 pesos

  • Huatulco, Oaxaca, by Viva Aerobús 

Friday, November 17 from 2,997 pesos 

Remember that these prices include only the cost of the flight departing from AIFA, so you will have to add the Airport Use Fee (TUA), as well as the cost of your luggage to the total cost of the flight. 

Source: El Financiero

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