To assist you with your flight plans,
we have listed the primary carriers
that currently service Baja's main
International Airports located in
General Comment: La
Paz based airline with extensive route
system throughout Mexico. Gateways
in US include Los Angeles and Tucson.
In addition to non-stop service from
Los Angeles to Loreto, Manzanillo,
La Paz, and Los Cabos other destinations
in Mexico with direct service from
the US include Hermosillo, Tepic,
Durango and Torreón.
General Comment: Aeromexico's
US-Mexico service originates in Atlanta,
Boston, Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth,
El Paso, Fort Lauderdale, Houston,
Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New
York City, Ontario, Orlando, Phoenix,
Salt Lake City, San Antonio, San Diego
and Tucson. In Spring 2004, flights
started operating between Ontario,
California and Los Cabos and between
Tijuana and Cuernavaca.
Cities in Mexico with direct Aeromexico
service include Loreto, Hermosillo,
Mexico City, Monterrey, Guadalajara,
Cancun, Leon and others.
General Comment: Mexico
City based airline with convenient
schedules to popular cities throughout
Mexico. Present U.S. gateways include
Houston, Las Vegas, Chicago, Los Angeles
Mexicana's gateways in the US include
Los Angeles, San Jose, San Francisco,
Oakland, Chicago, San Antonio, Newark,
Miami, Sacramento, Las Vegas and Denver.
Canadian gateways include Montreal,
Toronto and Vancouver.
Latin American gateways
include Bogota, Buenos Aires, Caracas,
Guatemala, San Jose Costa Rica, Panama
City and Havana. Some routes are operated
under code-share agreements with other
Destinations in Mexico with direct
service from the US include Mexico
City, Puerto Vallarta, Guadalajara,
Morelia, Leon, Zacatecas, Cancun,
Mazatlan and Los Cabos. Mexicana was
the first international carrier to
serve Los Angeles when flights were
inaugurated in the 1930's.
Mexicana holds one of the best
safety and on-time performance records
among international carriers and has
received prestigious travel industry
awards for its customer service.