Flights from Spokane depart from Spokane International Airport, which is located on West Airport Drive. It provides air service to the Spokane area through six airlines, including Alaska, Delta, Frontier, Southwest, United, and US Airways. The airport is located about 5 miles from downtown Spokane.
Parking at Spokane International is available at one of several garages and lots. If you are being dropped off, metered parking is available in half-hour increments for $1. The parking garage's daily rate is $9.50 per day; the parking rate at the outside lot is $7.50 per day, and the north shuttle lot offers a low-cost daily rate of $6 per day, which includes a free shuttle ride to and from the airport.
Transportation to the airport is provided by taxis, rental cars, shuttles, and the Spokane Transit Authority bus service from the downtown. Rental car companies include Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz, National, and Thrifty. On Orbitz.com, you can find these company's services and purchase them at a low rate. Expect the cost of taxi service from downtown to the airport to be around $20.
Travelers will find a variety of restaurants and snack stands inside the airport, including Quiznos, Chilis, Aurora, and several more. Starbucks is conveniently located in the middle of the concourses for a quick breakfast snack and coffee. Orbitz.com can help you find airport information and low-cost flights from Spokane to your travel destination.
Finding convenient flights to Mexico City can be difficult because millions of people fly into and out of the area every year. Orbitz.com can help you find budget-friendly flights, because the site has the lowest prices available online. The Mexico City Airport, also known as the Benito Juárez International Airport, is the largest and most popular airport in the area because it is less than four miles from the city. The airport's two terminals service major airlines such as Alaska Airlines, TAM Airlines, and United Airlines. Traffic at the airport is often heavily congested, so you should make sure to give yourself plenty of time when commuting to the airport for your flight.
Terminal 1 has a metro station, which gives you access to the underground subway. This subway makes numerous stops around the city, including stops at some of the top hotels. The Metrobus opened in 2012 and drives visitors from the airport to downtown Mexico City. Rental cars and taxis are also available at the airport. A rental car will cost approximately $30 or more per day, while taxis can cost $10 or more for a one-way trip to the downtown area. Subway and bus rides are much cheaper at around $5 or less per ride.
Warm temperatures are common in Mexico City, with temperatures easily reaching 90 to 100 degrees F during the summer months. The winter is much colder, and you might experience temperatures below freezing. Heavy rainfall is also common during the summer.
There are several amusement parks in Mexico City, including Six Flags Mexico and La Feria Chapultepec Magico. Orbitz.com has discounts available for some of these attractions. After you start your search for flights to Mexico City, use Orbitz as a trip planner to help you find more fun things to do.
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