The best price found from United States to Mérida is on November 6th, 2016, travelling with Aeromexico. See more options, compare prices and book: search flights.
Mérida’s Aeropuerto Internacional de Mérida is a 10km, 20-minute ride southwest of the Plaza Grande off Hwy 180 (Avenida de los Itzáes). It has car-rental desks, an ATM, currency-exchange service and a tourist information booth.
Most international flights to Mérida make connections through Mexico City. Nonstop international services are provided by Aeroméxico and United Airlines.
Low-cost airlines Interjet, VivaAerobus and Volaris serve Mexico City. Mayair operates prop planes to Cancún and Cozumel.
Aeroméxico Flies direct from Miami.
Interjet Serves Mexico City, where you can catch connecting flights to New York, Miami and Houston.
Mayair Runs prop planes to Cancún that continue on to Cozumel.
VivaAerobus Service to Mexico City and Monterrey.
Volaris Direct to Mexico City and Monterrey.
Two taxi companies provide speedy service between the airport and downtown, charging M$200 per carload (same price for hotel pick-up). A street taxi from the city center to the airport should cost about M$100 to M$120. If you want to get this same price from the airport, you'll need to walk out to the main street and flag down a city cab.
A city bus labeled 'Aviación 79' (M$7) travels between the main road of the airport entrance (the bus does not enter the airport) and the city center every 15 to 30 minutes until 9pm, with occasional service until 11pm. The best place to catch the same bus to the airport is at Parque San Juan, from the corner of Calles 62 and 69.
ADO Airport taxi service.
Transporte Terrestre Service from airport.