Los Cabos’ International Air Connections Grow


Los Cabos has increased its connectivity and now boasts a portfolio of 16 domestic routes and 41 from abroad.

Now, reaching this dreamy corner is easier than ever with its wide range of international tourism offerings.

From the United States to Los Cabos Non-Stop

Los Cabos connects with more than 300 direct weekly trips from the United States, with flights from 30 airports.

Imagine taking off from cities like Los Angeles, Dallas, Vancouver, Baltimore, or Milwaukee and landing in the land of eternal sun. Or how about switching from a dizzying trip from Las Vegas to the tranquility and luxury of Los Cabos with a Frontier Airlines flight to San José del Cabo.

Airlines such as Sunwing Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Alaska Airlines, WestJet, Air Canada, Frontier Airlines, United Airlines, Sun Country Airlines, and Spirit Airlines make your non-stop journey from the U.S. to Los Cabos International Airport possible.

Canada is Not Far Away

For visitors from further north, major Canadian cities like Toronto, Calgary, and Vancouver are just a flight away to Los Cabos International Airport. WestJet, Sunwing Airlines, and Sun Country Airlines are your wings to the south of the Baja California peninsula.

Swap the Cold for the Warmth of Mexican Hospitality

For those crossing the ocean, the new direct route from Frankfurt, Germany, with Condor Flugdienst, promises to take you to Los Cabos with two regular flights from November to April, each with a capacity for 310 passengers.

This new air route will begin service in November 2024 and will operate with two weekly flights from November to April.

From CDMX to Los Cabos

The sun awaits with international flights that directly connect Mexico City, one of Mexico’s most important arrival points, with the sunny climate of Los Cabos.

After arriving in the country, it is recommend boarding the non-stop flight options from CDMX to Los Cabos with Volaris, Aeroméxico, and VivaAerobús, all of which arrive at San José del Cabo International Airport.

Growing Connectivity

According to the Los Cabos Tourism Board, the destination welcomed more than 4 million visits in 2023, placing it third nationally in hotel occupancy.

In the first half of 2023 alone, Los Cabos received more than one million international visitors, according to data from the Ministry of Tourism (SECTUR).

Indeed, Los Cabos increased its air connectivity throughout 2024. It currently has a portfolio of 16 domestic routes and 41 from abroad: 30 from the United States, 10 from Canada, and 1 from Spain, and is awaiting the new route from Germany.

Named the “Best Destination in Mexico” in the twenty-first edition of Travel Weekly’s Readers Choice Awards and with 18 additional awards in 2023 alone, Los Cabos is a must-visit destination for your next vacation.

Source: Nexotur