Find the cheapest flight to Acapulco

Acapulco is still the original Mexican resort town. Aside from soaking up the sun and watching the cliff divers, Acapulco offers a lot of other interesting things to do. And when it comes to finding cheap flights to Acapulco, you don’t need to worry too much as the city is well served both by domestic and international flights.

When it comes to saving money on cheap flights to Acapulco, it’s best to plan your vacation during the off peak. From June until October, the temperatures rise, the humidity is also high and rain showers can occur quite often. But the prices drop and you can save up to 50% on flights and accommodation. For a brief period, in July and August, it turns into a busy season as the Mexican families flock the beaches during the vacation.

The shoulder seasons – September to early November and March through the end of May – are also a good choice for those who want to save on flights. It is possible to find cheap flights to Acapulco and if you plan to travel during late spring or early fall it’s less likely to rain.

>>Be sure to check our deals on cheap airfare to Acapulco, and then read through our Acapulco Travel Guide to learn about what to do and where to stay once you get there.

Airports in Acapulco

Juan N. Alvarez International Airport (ACA), otherwise known simply as Acapulco International Airport, is the airport serving the Mexican resort town of Acapulco. The airport is actually more than 25km from the city itself, the largest international airport the southern Pacific region of Mexico and is one of the largest airports in the country. In addition to regularly scheduled passenger services, Acapulco also handles lots of international charter flights every day as well.

Unfortunately, despite being a sizeable airport, Acapulco International Airport does not have a website. To get an idea of the airlines serving Acapulco, you will need to refer to this page – just know that it might not be updated as frequently as an airport website would be. For the rest of the kind of information you would normally be able to locate on an airport website, you will need to find an information desk at the airport itself and get your questions answered.

Most flights arriving into Acapulco are domestic flights. Aeromar, Aeromexico, Interjet, Magni, VivaAerobus and Volaris offer affordable flights from Mexico City, Guadalajara, Monterrey, Pueblo and Ixtapa. Out of these airlines serving the city, Interjet, VivaAerobus and Volaris are low-cost carriers.

More Information on Acapulco

Acapulco might not be the vacation hotspot it once was, thanks to the development of other Mexican resort towns like Cancun or Cozumel, but it still receives a huge number of visitors each year. The beaches are clearly still one of the area’s main draws, but there are some interesting parts of the city as well.