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Non-stop flights to Cancun International Airport (CUN) leave from London with some frequency, so you’ll never be stuck for options.
Thomas Cook (sometimes as Condor), TUI, Virgin Atlantic and British Airways all operate direct flights from London Gatwick.
TUI and Thomas Cook also operate cheap flights to Cancun in 2018 direct from London Stansted.
You can fly indirect from any of London’s airports, see more on that below.
Cancun is one of the world’s most popular package holiday destinations, a fact that hasn’t escaped the attention of the airlines.
TUI operates direct low-cost flights to Cancun from Manchester, Birmingham, East Midlands, Newcastle, Bristol, Edinburgh and Glasgow, while Thomas Cook departs from Manchester and Glasgow, putting you one step closer to tropical sunshine.
Again, prices can be low when you compare and book flights to Cancun in advance, so start your search for bargain fares.
November is a popular and cheap month in which to look for cheap flights to Cancun, it’s perfect for some pre-Christmas, Caribbean-style R&R after the wet season has tailed off on the Riviera.
Find out how to get from the airport to your resort hotel on our how to get around Cancun page.
If you’re eager to break up the journey, add a strategic stopover in the United States, rolling a city break and a beach holiday into one. Prices for indirect flights to Cancun in 2018 can be cheaper than direct flights, so if you don’t mind the longer journey time, or fancy a city stopover, you could be quids in.
Many airlines, including Virgin Atlantic, American Airlines and British Airways, offer stateside pit stops, including Miami, Chicago and New York.
If you choose to fly via the US, fill out an ESTA (Electronic System for Travel Authorisation) or be subject to patience-testing queues on arrival. Avoid the paperwork – and save yourself the cost of an ESTA – by booking a flight to Cancun with Aeromexico via Mexico City, giving you a chance to see two very different sides of this vibrant nation.