Cancun airport is at 96 % pre-covid levels
Cancun Airport is now 96 percent pre-covid occupation and connected to 58 cities in the world, with a total of 545 operations last Saturday. The air terminal received 271 regular flights, both domestic and international.
According to data from Aeropuertos del Sureste (Asur) in June, the Cancun International Airport handled 4% fewer passengers than in 2019. That is, last June it received 2,090,110 passengers and in the same period of 2019 there were 2,182,405 registered passengers.
Cancun Airport currently receives flights to and from the United States, Europe and South America, operated by Air Canada, Air Europa, Air France, Air Portugal, Alaska, Allegiant, American, Avianca, Azur, British, Cóndor, Copa, Delta, Edelweiss, Frontier, Jet Blue, Latam, Level, Lufthansa, Rutaca, Southwest, Spirit, Sun Country, Turpial, Turkish, United, West Jet.
Among the destinations the terminal serves are: Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Barcelona, Bogotá, Boston, Brasilia, Calgary, Caracas, Charlotte, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Istanbul, Philadelphia, Frankfurt, Guatemala, Hartford, Houston, Indianapolis, Kansas, Las Vegas, Lima, Lisbon, London, Los Angeles, Madrid, Memphis, Miami, Minneapolis, Montreal, Moscow, Nashville, Nueva Orleans, Nueva York, Orlando, Panamá, Paris, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Raleigh, Sacramento, Salt Lake, San Antonio, San Francisco, San José, San Luis, Seattle, Tampa, Toronto, Valencia (Venezuela), Washington, and Zurich.
Cancun now receives four airlines from Spain and three from Lisbon, as connection to the Mexican Caribbean has expanded. New W2Fly flights from Lisbon will begin this summer, while a direct trip from Barcelona began last weekend.