Orbitz.com can help you find flights from Tijuana, Mexico. Orbitz searches many airlines and flights at once to find low-cost tickets. The Tijuana International Airport, also known as the General Abelardo L. Rodríguez International Airport, handles up to 10 million passengers per year. It is located right next to the US border. Five airlines, including Volaris and Interjet, provide domestic and international service.
There is both short-term and long-term parking available at the Tijuana International Airport. You can expect to pay about 30 pesos per hour, with a 301-peso charge for the first 24 hours. Each additional day will cost you 168 pesos. Be careful not to lose your ticket, as it will cost you an extra 221 pesos if you do.
If you would prefer not to leave your car at the airport, there are buses available to transport you. The fare is about 11 pesos from downtown Tijuana. Public taxis also provide transportation to the airport, but be aware that they are prevented from picking up passengers at the airport due to local regulations. Orbitz can not only get you a great deal on air tickets, we can help you find sales on ground transportation too.
If you want to get a bite to eat before your plane leaves, there are 16 different restaurants to choose from. Starbucks, Pizza Factory, Natural Break and Mirage are just some of the options. The food court is located in the main terminal.
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Travelers booking flights to Oaxaca, Mexico will arrive at the Xoxocotlan International Airport, a small single terminal airport that handles about 600,000 passengers yearly. Airlines servicing Xoxocotlan include Aeromexico, United Express and VivaAerobus, among others. The airport's address is Carretera Oaxaca-Puerto Angel Km 7.5, Oaxaca, Edo. de Oaxaca. Cheap flights to Oaxaca are available throughout the year, with reservations ready for booking through Orbitz.com.
Transport from the airport into the city can be obtained by renting a vehicle, hiring a taxi or taking one of the shared minivans available in front of the terminal. The trip into town takes approximately 15 minutes to reach the ring road surrounding the downtown area.
Oaxaca is located in the tropical temperature zones, but altitudes and accompanying weather vary widely. Average yearly temperatures are about 64 degrees Fahrenheit. A light jacket is recommended for most of the year, with the summer and early fall receiving enough rain to warrant keeping rain gear at the ready. At higher altitudes, the weather tends to cool down, with freezing temperatures occurring during the winter.
Oaxaca is widely noted for its art, and it has a number of galleries available for viewing local artists. The Museo de Arte Contemporaneo displays the best of these works. Performance art, including performances of local folklore through music and dance, is also a large part of the culture in Oaxaca. There's also an annual film festival, Oaxaca Film Fest, held during November. It is considered one of the more important festivals in Mexico, and attendees catch flights to Oaxaca from around the world.
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