|Origin Airport IATA Code||TIJ|
|Destination Airport IATA Code||GDL|
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With more than 100 direct flights each week with a choice of four airlines, you can find plenty of cheap flights from Tijuana to Guadalajara. Located just a few miles from the US border, fly from General Abelardo L. Rodriguez International Airport to the largest city in the state of Jalisco.
Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla Guadalajara International Airport is the main airport in Mexico’s second largest city. The most popular carrier operating flights from Tijuana to Guadalajara is Volaris. You can also fly with Interjet and AeroMexico.
It’s also possible to fly from just across the border in the US at San Diego Airport, with flight options from a number of major US carriers.
The flight time from Tijuana to Guadalajara is approximately two hours and 45 minutes, covering a distance of 1,183 miles.
Tijuana International Airport is situated immediately to the south of the US border in the Otay Centenario District of the city. It handles around six million passengers every year, making it one of the top five busiest in the US. It serves as a hub for both Volaris and Aeromexico.
With more than 830,000 people each year flying from here to Guadalajara, this is the second most popular flight option departing the airport, behind Mexico City.
The flight heads to the southeast, following the coastline of the main land mass of Mexico after crossing the Gulf of California. It passes over the Sonora Desert and the states of Sinaloa and Nayarit before arriving at its destination in Jalisco.
Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla Guadalajara International Airport is located around 10 miles to the south of the city center. On arrival, it’s most convenient to get a registered cab from the airport to your destination for a set fee. Bus services are available but they can be crowded and it’s often a bumpy ride.
The airport handles around 11.4 million passengers a year, making it the third biggest in Mexico after Mexico City and Cancun.
This is one of the most popular internal flights within Mexico with close to a million people each year making the journey. Mexican airports may not be quite as modern as their US counterparts in terms of services and shopping options but you will be able to find plenty to eat and drink. So, you can relax before your flight departs.
Plus, at under three hours, flying is a much easier and more convenient way to travel than by crossing Northern Mexico by bus or car.
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