You can now fly to this destination in Mexico from Phoenix for only $89

You can now fly to this destination in Mexico from Phoenix for only $89

By Aemilius Dost, March 19, 2024

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You can now fly from Phoenix to Cabo, Mexico for $89 for a one-way ticket.

On Tuesday, March 19, Frontier Airlines announced new routes. One of these flights was its first international flight out of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, to Los Cabos, Mexico.

This is another option for travelers to fly between Phoenix and Mexico, as Sky Harbor is already offering non-stop flights between Phoenix and Mexico. The flights are going to 12 cities including Tijuana, which was introduced in February.

As travel keeps on increasing after the pandemic, and is almost back at pre-pandemic levels, carriers have added multiple flights to Canada and Mexico from Phoenix.

American Airlines and Southwest Airlines were already flying nonstop to Los Cabos, now Frontier will join them.


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When will the Phoenix-Los Cabos route begin?

The Frontier Airlines route from Phoenix to Los Cabos will start on May 16, 2024. Flights will operate twice a week, on Thursdays and Sundays.

How much will Frontier Airlines’ Phoenix-Los Cabos flights cost?

The cheapest price for a ticket is $89 one-way. Frontier Airlines uses a business model where they charge low basic fares. However, there are additional fees for seat assignments, carry-on, and checked bags. Return flights from Los Cabos to Phoenix will start at $118.

If you want to get the lowest fares, you must book before 9.59 PM Arizona Time on the 25th of March.

You can book your ticket to Los Cabos at

What is Los Cabos known for?

Los Cabos, Mexico, is known for two towns. Both of these towns are part of a resort area. One town is called Cabo San Lucas, while the other one is called San José del Cabo.

The main attraction of Los Cabos is the beaches. Some of the most popular activities include swimming, snorkeling, fishing, whale watching and scuba diving.

If you are planning to visit Los Cabos, you must know that some of the beaches might not be suitable for swimming because of the currents, rough waters, and undertows.

Los Cabos is known for its beach and oceans

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Aemilius Dost is originally from the Netherlands but moved to Mexico more than two years ago. He started traveling when he was 19 and visited over 20 countries spread over North, and Central America, Europe and Asia. He currently works as a freelance SEO specialist and has worked with companies such as Surfshark, SafetyWing, and BP.

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