Cancún, Q.R. — Delta has announced the regularization of its flights into Cancun, which they say, will be increased during the month of July.
In a news brief, the airline says that for the remainder of June, they will continue with three flights, however in July, they will expand with seven flights per week. The company says “while the June schedule is significantly reduced in comparison to last year, customers will see the return of several major routes, which were previously suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic.”
For Mexico, Delta will be offering:
Atlanta to Cancun (daily service restarts in second half of June)
Atlanta to Mexico City (daily)
Detroit to Mexico City (less than daily)
Los Angeles to Los Cabos (less than daily restarts in second half of June)
Los Angeles to Puerto Vallarta (less than daily restarts in second half of June)
Salt Lake City to Mexico City (less than daily)
Prior to Delta’s announcement, it was Spirit that confirmed their restart of operations to Cancun during the last week of June with 11 flights, in addition to another 30+ weekly flights throughout July.
With the increase in flight brands and frequency, the hotel occupancy rate for the Cancun, Riviera Maya region is also increasing. For this week, the local hotel associations report an occupation rate of 19.2% in Cancun, 14.4% in Puerto Morelos and 14.9% in Isla Mujeres.