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Prices starting at $67 for return flights and $33 for one-way flights to were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.
One way and return prices found within past 7 days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
|Origin||Destination||Travel Dates||Flights From*|
|MZT||Monterrey||Jan 21 - Jan 24||$106|
|MZT||Tijuana||Jan 22 - Jan 23||$108|
|MZT||Mexico City||Jan 21 - Jan 24||$127|
|MZT||Las Vegas||Jan 21 - Jan 23||$330|
|MZT||Los Angeles||Jan 21 - Jan 28||$334|
|MZT||Los Angeles||Jan 21 - Jan 28||$334|
|MZT||Minneapolis - St. Paul||Jan 21 - Jan 23||$762|
|Name of Airport|
|Airport IATA Code||MZT|
|Lowest Flight Price||$33|
|Available Airline Carriers||Volaris, Viva Aerobus|
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When you fly to General Rafael Buelna Airport (MZT) you can expect great ground transportation - the airport is serviced by shuttle buses that take people to their accommodation, and many resorts provide complimentary shuttles for guests.
The airport itself lies just south of the city center and it is possible to rent a car or take a taxi as alternative transportation.
Mazatlan is nicknamed the Pearl of the Pacific for a few very good reasons. The beautiful expanses of sand and turquoise water are enticing, and there are lots of activities on offer to suit every taste.
With adventures such as surfing, fishing, golfing, and cliff diving, or simpler pleasures like tanning on the beach, shopping or strolling along the town s majestic boardwalk, visitors will be spoilt for choice in this Mexican paradise.
Weather is hot most of the time, and February is the busiest month as tourist flock to Mazatlan for the town s annual festival.
The city is made up of two main areas, the first of which, Zona Dorada, which translates as the Golden Zone, is where most resorts and hotels are. Here, tourists can choose to relax on the beach, or chill out by the pool in the hotel.
Meanwhile, the old city, or as it s known in Spanish, Centro Historico, combines the region s rich colonial history with a mass of restaurants, bars and cafes and stores as well as galleries displaying and selling local arts and crafts.
If you have a peek at the numbers, most international travelers setting off from MZT are on their way to Safford, Monument Valley or Catavina. Sounds good to us!
Domestic flights to Tuxpan, Tlapacoyan and Tantoyuca are also quick to book out. Take a trip to one of these spectacular destinations. There's nothing quite like the gift of travel to awaken your wanderlust.
You won't find any hotels at Mazatlán Intl. Airport. But if you broaden your search areas, you're sure to come across a great place to stay before you jet off.
You have loads of choices when jetting out of MZT with these popular domestic carriers:
Get your journey off to a wonderful start aboard one of these well-known carriers that fly internationally from Mazatlan, Sinaloa Airport (MZT-General Rafael Buelna Intl.):
We get that traveling right now has its challenges, so it's good to know that many reservations booked through us are able to be cancelled or changed. If your travel plans from Mazatlan, Sinaloa Airport (MZT-General Rafael Buelna Intl.) have been affected by COVID-19, a lot of airlines are making things easier by offering credits to use at a later date. Just sign in to your account and you'll quickly see what options are available. Our Customer Service Portal is the place to go for more information.
In most cases you'll have the option to reschedule your flight from Mazatlan, Sinaloa Airport (MZT-General Rafael Buelna Intl.) without a change fee. All you have to do then is pay the difference between the old flight and the new one. Look for the "no change fees" filter and book with confidence.
MZT is the location identifier set by the trade association, IATA, for General Rafael Buelna Intl. Airport (MZT). These three letters are used primarily for itinerary and ticketing purposes and are an easy way to identify a particular airport.
Crowded. Staff was courteous and professional no matter the situation. Turbulence, etc... still friendly and courteous. Made the best of a bumpy situation. Hats off to the crew for communicating what was happening.
On schedule every time!!!
Difficult to locate the baggage information I spent an extra $50 because I didn’t understand the baggage it was really hard to understand
Smooth flight. Professional service all around.
The service was good and we arrived earlier than expected but the flight attendant ran out of English immigration forms. He said he would bring me one but I had to remind him 2 more times.
The 737-700 seats on my flight between Mexico City and Atlanta were the smallest, tightest seats I have ever experienced in 50 years of flying. It was terrible.
That was the flight from Mazatlan.. another flight to Chicago..hope that is as good
The plane was beautiful, and the crew extremely professional and kind. The flights attendants went above and beyond the call of duty. And the Captain stood outside the cabin and explained the delay to SFO because of the Camp Fire smoke at home. What a pleasure to fly yesterday!
Awesome legroom in Row 4
Nothing to add everything on point
Maybe just shorter ways to get to your place cause we had to deal with 3 different airplanes
Linda and darla rock!
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