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Flying to Huatulco from California

by Brent May



Huatulco Real Estate

Huatulco, Oaxaca is a dream destination, especially for those in search of warm climates, good food, lively culture and lifelong memories. Getting here from California is easier than ever with direct flights from Tijuana, just over the border from San Diego. This means that if you’re coming from Southern California, you can head over the border and catch a four-hour Volaris flight directly to the Huatulco International Airport (HUX). These flights are available year round — regardless of high or low season — and can save you a great deal of valuable holiday or expat time and money. Flights are available Thursday and Sunday from 11:35-7:26 p.m. GMT-7. Return flights are Thursday and Sunday from 7:56 p.m.-10:05 p.m.

There’s also transportation in San Diego you can take where you don’t have to stop at the border crossing and just go directly to the airport. Check it out here: https://www.crossborderxpress.com/en/

Volaris is Mexico’s second largest airline and codeshares with Southwest Airlines. For a fee, it offers an on-time performance guarantee. Travelers who purchase this service are sent either $100 USD or 1000 MXN — depending on your payment method — if your flight arrives more than 30 minutes late to its destination. This practically ensures punctuality. Volaris also offers one-stop flights if you find a more competitive price, or have specific travel departures and arrival dates/times in mind.

Aeromexico also offers one-stop flights during high and low season. If you are leaving from Los Angeles, take Volaris with one-stop options in either Guadalajara or Mexico City. Multiple stops can also be made in Dallas, Phoenix or San Francisco.

If you’re flying in from California’s central coast, consider leaving from San Francisco International Airport (SFO). Aeromexico, American Airlines and Delta can get you to Huatulco with a short layover in the Mexico City International Airport (MEX), which is officially known as the Aeropuerto Internacional Benito Juárez. Alternatively, you can connect through Dallas  on American Airlines for a direct flight to Huatulco.

Should you need help in determining the best option for flying to Huatulco, contact us for additional resources and recommendations. We are always happy to assist you and your loved ones to make Huatulco your short- or long-term destination in paradise.

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