As the weather in Canada continues to cool down rapidly, demand for traveling to the sunnier climes of Cancun is really hotting up. With record-breaking numbers of travelers from North America and beyond looking to descend upon the Mexican Caribbean over the next few months, Cancun is clearly the place to be this winter – just like it has been for several months already.
If you’re looking to enjoy cocktails by the beach rather than shoveling your driveway clear on a cold, dark morning, we’ve got just the list for you. These are all the Canadian cities that have direct flights to Cancun this winter.
Flights From Canada To Cancun – Information For Travelers
As one might expect, one city with heaps of connections with Cancun is Toronto. There are several direct flights available per day between the two cities, with a range of different airlines, including Swoop, Flair, Air Transat, Air Canada, and WestJet, all serving the roughly 4h 30m route. Several different dates in January are available for less than $200 one-way, representing phenomenal value for travelers looking to escape the snow this winter.
Calgary is another city that boasts an impressive number of flights to Cancun, with several times daily flights served by the familiar names of Canadian aviation. With a flight duration of around 5 hours, prices for flights between Calgary and Cancun vary wildly, with fares on some days currently going for less than $200 and exceeding $500 on others. As is the case with any international travel these days, flexibility and patience are key when it comes to scoring bargain tickets this winter. Montreal is also served by several daily flights to Cancun in January, with an average duration of around 4.5 hours.
Edmonton also boasts strong connectivity to Cancun throughout January, offering travelers plenty of options when it comes to travel by flying every day apart from Thursday. Vancouver also features several flights daily to the Mexican travel hotspot. Flights from each of these cities to Cancun will cost travelers in the region of $500, making them relatively expensive places to fly out of compared to other Canadian cities with direct services to Cancun. Quebec is another city with several flights direct to Cancun leaving every day apart from Tuesday, but for a much lower price, with several one-way dates in January starting for less than $300.
Whilst it may not have a flight departing every day, travelers still have plenty of options when it comes to flying between Winnipeg and Cancun. Flights leave on every day of the week except for Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays this January, with tickets available at present for less than $300. Ottawa also boasts strong connectivity with Cancun, with flights currently set to depart on four days of the week – Saturday, Sunday, Monday, and Thursday.
Kelowna will see flights departing bound for Cancun on two days per week – Fridays and Sundays. These routes will be served by WestJet and have a duration of just shy of 6 hours. Saskatoon also has flights to Cancun leaving on just two days, with passengers able to fly on Mondays and Saturdays. Flights last around 5 hours 25 minutes and are flown by WestJet. Regina only has two direct flights per week leaving for Cancun, departing on Sunday and Tuesday. The route is served by WestJet, with a duration of just over five hours.
Those in Nova Scotia can board flights departing from Halifax bound for Cancun departing three days per week. The duration of these flights is around 5 hours 30 minutes, with tickets still available for under $300 one-way right now. London, Ontario has just one flight per week for travelers looking to soak up the Mexican sun. Flights from London International Airport, Ontario leave for Cancun on Saturdays; the flight time is just north of 4 hours, and tickets can be found right now for less than $300.
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